I just purchased this exact same drill (in the drill / impact driver combo, $200 for the set.)
It sits well in the hand, is light enough so that it doesn't require tons of strength to use it continually, and the features are pretty nice. The "Hex" grip (basically a pattern of raised hexagons) is a nice comfortable feature that surprisingly provides a good amount of grip, even in sweaty hands, and I like that you can turn the LED light on using your ring finger and a separate button (rather than the light only being on when the drill is operating.) I like the belt hook (despite thinking I wouldn't use it, I find myself hooking it onto my belt/pocket between drilling.)
With about 45 ft-lbs of torque, this drill has plenty of power for the average DIYer, and then some. I don't typically use this tool for driving screws (I use an impact for that), but for drilling holes, it's really nice. Motor control is smooth, the speed / torque settings work appropriately, and it's very consistant. The few screws I drove with it went in nice - they were 2-1/2 wood screws into 2X4s without pilot holes. Seemed to get the job done.
The batteries last a decent amount of time. Well, a really good amount of time, really. They provide a good amount of power. I average about 20 minutes to charge a battery from dead to full. With 2 batteries though, it doesn't matter, you have one charged and ready to go and when the one in the tool is dead, just swap it for the fresh and keep going. I like the 'fuel tank' LEDs on the back of the batteries that give you an indication of how much battery time / power you have left.
RIDGIDs warranties are awesome, though I hear that this won't qualify for them. (I've owned numerous Ridgid tools, and after registering them appropriately, I have utilized the battery warranty a handful of times and just walked into a Home Depot and they gave me a new battery after verifying with a receipt - this was after 2 years after purchase. YMMV as this was my local store.)
Ridgid tools are built to last. I know a lot of other power tool companies claim that, but I have beat on my Ridgid tools and, with the exception of a couple of 12V battery packs, have never had any problem with the tools. And I have really used them. Like, REALLY used them.
Regardless, you're getting a pretty sweet deal considering the batteries are around $50 each in the store, plus you get the drill and a charger.
I'm considering buying a set just for the batteries... but then I have an extra drill that I don't need....