The Good: I guess the name on the down tube is meant to be good...
The rear dropouts were clever, till I saw the dropouts on Needle's frame!
The Bad: Where to start:
The construction is rock solid, I doubt I'll ever break one, but heck, I guess its a personal thing, but the geometry is all over the show!!!
Head Angle - The head angle is super slack, which, for all mountain is great, but on a frame designed for dirst jumping and street, where agile handling has always been a good thing... CRAP! I'm going to have to have my fork reduced to 80mm and have at least 5mm shaved off on the bottom of the head tube and likely 10mm on the top just to get the bike somewhat lower. If the warranty will still be granted, then I guess props to SCB for allowing "tunability".
The bike feels and is SUPER tall IMO.
The seat stays are WIDE, so much so that I catch a heel and even a calve on them every so often.