I've putted on one of these baskets, at 2011 Worlds. Here is a video I took of the chain assembly on the beach in Santa Cruz:http://youtu.be/CiW9ZrO81Gs
It is about the best basket I've ever experienced, a major improvement in design. The inner wall of chains have a diamond-weave, and so the inner chains push back much harder on the disc than would chains just dangling all by their lonesome. The idea is that the disc encounters more and more resistance as it goes into the relatively limp outer chains and then impacts the relatively rigid inner wall. This results in very reliable deceleration and catches, and no possibility for spit through the inner chain assembly. There is also a great deal of satisfaction putting this basket, the inner chain assembly pulses and the chains are musical because they're all coupled together. I think this basket will also reduce wear on putters, since they will not impact the center post.
This basket is PDGA approved, and I also hear that they're working with many clubs to get their baskets in the ground at a discount rate. You would be supporting a small and innovative business who is introducing very competitive innovations into the disc golf market which will ultimately improve our sport.