The Good: The low flanges, colors, and logos.
The Bad: Cheap press-fit axle hardware, 2 thin sucky bearings, fixed axle side.
I hate how the hub has light, cheap press-fit bearing cones. You can barely tighten the hub down before it starts to slow down and compress the bearings like hell. Threaded axle hardware is way better and more precise, allowing you to tighten as much as you want, and still have the hub spin almost like a dream; but in general, other decent press-fit hubs are still MUCH, much better. I blew out the Kink Viridian 1 twice over a 2 week period. I got the Viridian 2 as a free warranty and blew it out just a couple weeks ago. I ride 4 pegs and ABSOLUTELY HAVE TO tightenthe thing down so it won't shift/move/etc. Press-fit cones and internal bearing spacer were also a bitch to remove and install. I blew out the bearing only on the non-fixed side. The "non-main grind side" stayed fine through about another 2-3 bearing changes for the non-fixed side. I had the Viridian 1 for about over a year, and the Viridian 2 still currentling running for about half a year. I'd say that this thing is even worse than the super crappy Demolition Anorexia hub which is also one of the worst BMX hubs in history.