Great guitar, and great colors. I have heard nothing but nice things about them.
Well, there are a few points of minor criticism about these axes. I frankly would not recommend getting one of these if you're a beginner.
The major issue is the non-recessed Floyd Rose bridge. You can't lower the action without the use of neck shims as soon as the bridge is lowered all the way down (something they already do from the factory). I can see that many people with less guitar experience will shy away from this, rendering the guitar not as easy to adjust for beginners. But for more experienced players, that's just a minor hassle, plus having the Floyd contacting the body adds tonal character. The fixed-bridge Axis Super-Sport hardtail bridge however is super-flexible to adjust.
I have my Axis set to about 1.2-1.3mm at the high E over the 22nd fret with minimal to no neck relief, and that suits the guitar well. Nowhere near the <1mm action on my RG I got from Rich. But with a 12 inch fretboard radius and non-matching trem radius (will shim the saddles at some point I guess) that's natural.
The second thing is that the neck finish needs love and care - again something beginners might not find easy, but experienced players do anyway.
There's a lot of small smart design details inside and outside, and the overall built quality is awesome. The neck profile is heavenly - more beefy than a Wizard, but ergonomic and no reason for excuses, it's shredd-able as anything thinner if you're getting used to it. Once set up to personal preference, it's a no-fuss rock axe that complements anyone's pencil-neck superstrats