The Good: Corners well. When it does break loose, it's very predictable. Rolling resistance is decent - not on the level of a pure XC tire, but low enough that it won't feel like you're dragging bricks.
The Bad: Does not track well in muddy/wet conditions
This is one of my favorite tires for riding dry, relatively firm terrain. I've used this tire in both 26" and 29" versions and always been satisfied. I prefer to run this tire in the rear. The lower rolling resistance allows you to get up to speed, and it drifts predictably, so you can slide through corners without feeling out of control. One of my favorite pairings is a Wolverine rear with a WTB Bronson up front. I also used this tire for some XC racing. It's not as light or as quick as a true XC tire, but it can do the job if you want to race but don't want to ride semi-slick or super low-profile race tires. I rarely had any issues with flats, even when I hit rocks hard enough to make me sure I would pinch the tube. But be warned: This is not a good tire for wet conditions. On wet roots, it slides all over the place. However, if your local trails are dry, rocky, and generally hard-packed, this is a great tire.