Well, I've only had a very short time playing it, but it's fantastic. The 10-16" compound radius is so natural and effortless. You don't notice the change in radius, just that everything is so easy and comfortable.
Getting used to the frets, they are thinner than I was expecting, height is great. Being stainless they may be a little brighter, but I'm also using Ernie Ball Cobalts, which are a bright string. I'm loving the tone, not too thin or harsh.
The Warmoth standard thin profile is really comfortable too. A little thicker than a Wizard or Wizard II, but still so nice.
The body is very light, the whole damned guitar is super light. When I get the titanium loaded bridge I reckon it'll be heaps lighter again!
Trying to work out the best way to change strings with the Magnum Lock Gotohs, but the guitar is holding tune nicely. I can't use the whammy bar really with the bridge only being held by four screws, but I'll see how tuning stability is with the new bridge when it comes in.
The guitar is very resonant, and has a great acoustic tone. Plugged in with the Tone Zone with swapped pole-pieces it has a great beefy and chunky tone, but there's still plenty of articulation. I have to get a push-pull pot so I can wire up a series/parallel switch, then it'll be pretty much perfect. The Tone Zone isn't the greatest for cleans when in series as many know.