The Good: Light... and I mean L I G H T! Strong, smooth, easy to work on.
The Bad: bearing driver, maybe too light? Yet to be seen...
First off, this thing is crazy light... I was shocked at just how much it took off my wheels and my rear end. I got it laced to a zero and it's such a good combo. It rolls super smooth, and it's easy to work on. The allen key in the axle is a life saver for adjustments and disassembling it. I put on the factory hub guard and they look great together, and it being all 7075 saves a lot of weight on a guard.
With everyone going to polymer bushings or needle bearings in the drivers, I decided to just stick w/ good old fashioned bearings, they may blow out but they're cheaper to replace and I've heard and seen mixed reactions to the bushings, and only Odyssey has needles right now... I'd rather go with something I know that works and I can fix for fairly cheap.
Also I didn't have a problem with the axle nuts, they're holding up just fine to some heavy peg use.
Hub feels like all the strength you need, with none of the fluff you don't. Get it if you're looking at it and don't mind replacing your own bearings eventually down the road.