If you do decide to buy it, which I don't recommend, expect to pay full price and not receive the rebate. I'm one of many who MadDog has cheated out of a rebate. Almost two years ago I bought a cheap MadDog sound card with a $10 rebate. I filled out all the forms correctly, made copies of them, printed out a copy of the successfully completed on-line registration, got proof of mailing, and sent it all in. After about five months they sent an email saying they would not honor my rebate because I hadn't "registered the product".
I tried to contact them by telephone, email, and regular mail (including copies of all my evidence in the regular mail). Their strategy for dealing with people who complain about rebates is very simple: ignore them. No real person ever answered the telephone, and messages I left went unreturned. Email and regular mail similarly disappeared into the void. They know that there is effectively nothing an individual consumer can do to fight them if they simply choose to ignore the customers, and that the customers will eventually tire of the time and expense required to fight for a relatively small amount of money. I gave up after about six months of complaining.
Apparently MadDog feels that there are enough customers out there that they only need to sell to any individual customer once. Or perhaps they realize that their products are such junk that they won't have any repeat customers anyway, so why bother trying to keep the customers happy?
In any event, be warned that they will likely rip you off on the rebate.