Someone has to counter beartooth's rantings! Seriously, if you like them, more power to ya.
I don't prefer them for several reasons:
First, they are push feed and spring eject. I would much rather have the CRF and the fixed blade ejector. The spring ejector of most push-feed rifles just annoys me. I don't always want the ejected round/casing to go flying! Sure I can block it, but then it rattles about.... Yeah, annoying.
Second, they come equipped with a hideous monte-carlo stock that feels weird and looked just great in 1965.
Third, they are mostly chambered in horribly impractical Weatherby calibers. Hold on! I know, the ballistics are hot and I'd even say they are excellent rounds for their purpose, but they have drawbacks. I don't think they're practical because of the relative expense of ammo, the availability of OTC ammo, and the price of brass for reloading. BTW, I think super-fast magnums are over-rated anyway. Generally, they are unnecessary and just make a mess out of game. If your testosterone requires a fast magnum, I think the RUM's are more practical way to go (in some cases they're faster too).
Let the flames begin!