It's great to see the comments above...
The Trimble SX10 has had an excellent start with customers coming from all different areas of survey/engineering/construction etc.. Trimble literally cannot produce them quickly enough!
People really like the way you can incorporate normal topo detail or surveyed/setting out information with the scan data and the way the scan is adjusted with the traverse or resections etc live in the field. The site efficiency is excellent.
One of the main selling points though is the way any surveyor can take one and use it straight away to collect scan data even if they've never scanned before Then just drag the data into the office afterwards with no registration. This is why the SX10 is starting to bring point cloud to users that were reluctant to take the plunge beforehand. As an example, last week with a customer (a very experienced scanning surveyor) we did a 10 setup/15 scan job with lots of detailed imagery as well as topo linework in just a few hours, this dropped into the software in 5 minutes, all scans colourised, no registration needed as we came off survey control.
In the field the operation is so slick this instrument spoils you for using anything else - "more like playing a video gaming than surveying" - you'll never want to look through a telescope again (genuinely you won't)!
We don't have a case study from a user yet but should do soon with people now using the SX10 in the field. Several good customer quotes are floating around. "Twice the range, half the kit, twice as productive" - sums it up nicely.
In my opinion the SX10 is the first of a new breed of surveying instrument. For certain tasks it'll still be quicker to use a traditional terrestrial laser scanner (large office complex internal building surveys etc..) but for a large percentage of survey projects you no longer need two instruments, the SX10 is as complete an instrument as you can imagine. To say we've been impressed is an understatement but I think you've figured that out already!!
Dont take my word for it though, try one for yourself