The Good: Syntace X-15 axle, plush, light, taper option
The Bad: Long term durability fears
Clever to do your R&D on another company's dime, but this is what X-Fusion have done, as they are according to my sources the Taiwanese manufacturers behind some of Fox's product range.
I'm on my second fork as the first one got locked down probably due to a busted negative air chamber, died on the first ride. It was replaced on warranty but took a frustratingly long time to arrive.
This fork performs flawlessly on the trail, but my experience suggests that some riders would be better off without the travel adjust feature. Also I think being bigger at 200lbs (90kg) I'm more suited to the much tougher market offerings of Manitou and Marzocchi, although these companies didn't have any suitable forks in the 140-150mm travel, 15mm axle and tapered HT option, if this thing breaks out of warranty I'll go with a slightly heavier longer lasting Marzocchi fork if they can get some modern trail bike configurations on the market in the next few years.