The Good: Speed. So, so fast. Suspension is ahead of its time and the geo is perfect (i rock low/low). Full on race machine and I would buy it again. Took everything I rode it into and got me out the other end. If you want a no-compromise, bred-to-race frame, then the Revolt is your go-to choice.
The Bad: As acknowledged by Evil, there were some initial tooling problems and quality control issues. However, this was the fault of the factory and the guys have lost countless nights of sleep trying to rectify the problem. With a new, small start up company things won't be perfect right from the get go. But hands down, Evil is a company that the industry needs, riders should want to support, and the media wants to watch [their riders]. So really, there is no bad. Perhaps one might call it "growing pains"...Overall Review: The Revolt is a top choice/pick in my book, and everyone who rides them agrees that it is a fun-tastic design. I love riding bikes, and the Revolt contributes greatly to the enjoyment of my time on the trail.