I hunted Ozondjahe in May 2009; was my first trip to Africa, and it was a blast. Jerome wasn't there, but his father was, and he invited me and my hunt partner to dinner one night at his personal residence, which was an experience in itself. Very pleasant gentleman; doesn't speak a word of English, so we had an interpreter (he's French); but enjoyed hunting stories all night in his plush outdoor veranda/bar.
Meals were absolutely first class throughout the trip; staff was pleasant and very attentive to detail and they provide private bungalows that are very comfortable.
The manager at the time was Peter, a German fellow that was about the most humorous PH I've ever run across. Unfortunately he has moved on to another outfit now, and I don't know who is running the show there currently. Their abundance of game was staggering, and yet their range condition and habitat was in fabulous shape. Still, we did run into evidence of poaching--mostly wire snares and a few 3-legged animals that had run into them as well, but overall it was a great experience.
My only regret was not taking a Hartmann's mountain zebra--I had the first-timer image of a striped horse, and it didn't appeal. Then when I discovered how ridiculously difficult it was just to spot one of those things, let alone make a stalk, it was a whole new game. Unfortunately, I didn't catch the bug until late in the hunt and we never could get on one.
However, I took first-class kudu, impala, warthog, steenbok, blue wildebeest and a giant gemsbok. Of course they treat jackals as coyotes and encourage you to shoot all you have opportunity to take. My partner took a fabulous leopard and we actually saw two other leopards in the course of our hunt. as well as cheetah, which are also surprisingly abundant there.
Also, if you're into bird hunting at all, this is the place--several species of francolin, quail, guinea fowl and sandgrouse as well as three species of doves. The owner loves to eat guineas so we got a few free shoots in under the guise of filling his freezer for him...
All in, I guess I'm recommending this outfit to anyone who would consider going. If Africa weren't such a huge continent and my funds and time so limited, I'd go back to this place again in a heartbeat.