The Good: Fit did a sweet job at spec'ing out the VH Sig with all the after market level parts. Look around online, you can find this 2013 bike on clearance for $500 online.
The Bad: Nothing bad to say.
I've spent most of my BMX years riding beater used Craigslist bikes. Decided to commit to improving my skills and picked up this leftover 2013 VH Sig at the local shop.
After riding beater setups, this VH Sig rocks.The part spec is on par with after market stuff, even down to the grips and pedals where bike makers skimp. It really is ready to roll, even has a rear hub guard. The bike is solid and has taken everything that I know how to throw it. I find it easier to manual and hop on the VH Sig. My old beater was a 2010 Felt Vault. The only thing you'll need to add is maybe another side of pegs if you ride with them on both sides. But other than that, you can do anything.
Digging the Snafu Mobeus gyro. I know it's all about going brakeless these days, but I like having brakes and being able to work on tail whips. So perfect for me.
If you're picking up one these 2013 bikes now, one thing to note is that tires are narrower than all the 2015 stuff out. It's a 2.1 rear (but feels like a 2.0) and 2.2 up front.