The Good: Straight tubing, no tapers, which I much prefer the look of.
It has a nice stand over height which is better for taller riders that don't want to have 1ft of seat post sticking out of a scooter frame.
Not a scooter frame!
Strong and Light. Not the lightest.
It has a nice length on the rear, which I like for manuals.
The drop outs are quite long so there is space to play with your wheel position.
The Bad: Charcoal colour option is NOT charcoal, it's charcoal with a LOT of green in.
Integrated seat clamp would have been nice.
Considering its supposed to be a "BSH", it should have had gussets on the TT AND the DT, Not just the DT.
A real street frame with a clean and simple design, all straight tubing.
A good choice for taller riders, although there are frames out now with higher stand over's and longer TT options (e.g BSD Raider)