-Chainstay's aren't too long or too short; perfect length for street
-Steeper headtube angle feels perfect for nose tricks, but isn't too unstable
-Bottom bracket height is perfect
-Perfectly balanced weight
-Seattube is a little short for my liking
-Mint color gets dirty very easily
This frame is perfect for street. Not too heavy, not too light, strong, and it has the perfect street geo. The dropouts take all my grind abuse, and it has had no problem taking 6+ foot drops.
Edit: I've noticed a problem with this frame.... the frame has way, WAY too much tire clearance. It's literally ridiculous. I flipped my 28T MDS and I had to put in so many spacers my chainline is almost 1cm off. Companies need to stop with the ridiculous tire clearance (2.1 at most) so people like me who like bigger sprockets or guard sprockets can run them.