As part of my mission to lighten my service bag load down from the 35 pounds it had gotten up to, I decided to pick up the SC56 to replace the Fluke 337 and 116 I normally carry.
It has only been a few days, but so far I am very impressed by the SC56.
It does everything the other 2 meters do, plus has the duty cycle function I've been missing for testing the PWM output of some controls.
It also has higher resolution on the amps function than the Fluke 337, so I can finally accurately test the microfarad rating of fan motor run capacitors under load.
The twist head function is surprisingly handy, especially when testing amps and voltages at the same time.
Even when just using it as a multimeter, I can clamp the jaws around something, twist the meter body around so the display is facing me, and take my readings.
The best part is that the ohms function actually has the ranges needed for troubleshooting motors, crankcase heaters, etc., stuff the ohm function of clamp meters is typically useless for.
The SC56 also has a very solid feel to it, and the dial has no slop to it, and very positively clicks into each position.
My one and only "gripe" about it is that the calibration of the temperature function is off by a couple of degrees. I'm not to worried about it though, as I'm not planning to use the function anyway.