Just so you are aware, the Scotts damper is the same as the Ohlins radial damper, just with a Scott's name engraved on top. In fact mine I use on my dirt bikes actually says "Ohlins" on it at the forward facing side in addition to the large "SCOTTS" engraved label on top plate. I'm not sure if Scotts had some role in the development of the unit, they did and may still have exclusive North American distribution rights.
I've personally used them on dirt bikes for years and find them nearly bombproof and extremely easy to service...which btw should be done via fluid change and bleeding every 5k miles or so, depending upon how hard you use it and how much dust, dirt, rain and mud the unit is exposed to. I suppose a unit mounted on a road/race bike may require less maintainence, although as I noted, it is very easy to do, perhaps a 30 minute DIY job at best. It requires 2.5w suspension fluid, I've found the Redline Extralight (blue colored) to be perfect for the job.
The most important item you need to be aware of if you do choose a radial type Ohlins damper is that there are 2 types of these units. The original unit features damping in both directions, much like any cylindrical type steering damper. It offers adjustments for both hi and low speed damping on the fly. This is the unit of choice for road/race bikes. The other type, which btw looks identical, is the most popular version. It offers damping away from center only, there is no damping back to center. It still has the independent adjustments for hi and low speed damping, but again this is only for away from center action. The reason and purpose for this design is for dirt trail riding where damping away from center assists rider when they are in deep, soft surfaces where front wheel may tend to knife quickly often causing high side falls. By eliminating damping back to center the rider is less fatigued from fighting bars as they delicately negotiate trail obstacles. This type damper is exceptionally good for dirt bikes but is not sufficient to fully control a high speed tank slapper.
Be sure if you choose a Ohlins radial damper you choose the proper version for the intended application. Take care.