I had a SFGP and my advice to you is NO. Like squizzy said it's durability isn't on par with other models out there. Also, squizzy those are some interesting facts that I didn't know about. The Velocity .15 motor is very hard to keep tuned which caused me endless headaches. I chose the SFGP over the V-one-S and it was a poor choice. Here are some alternatives:
1) Associated Nitro TC-3 RTR
2) Yokomo GT-4 RTR
3) Kyosho V-one-S (kit only, need electronics)
Any of those would be a much better choice. However, the decision is up to you. Good Luck!