The Good: Good color variety, great weight, and good durability.
The Bad: Paint is really cheap or whatever, so it chips real easily. Otherwise, I have the teal version and it's the best looking paint for a frame I've ever had!Overall Review: If anything you can judge at first, the paint for sure is one of the main cons of the frame. It's thin or whatever, so it chips real easily. So if you're not a color person, just try to find the raw version (applies to any part, really). As for dent resistance, I've caught it on a ledge twice on each chainstay and it left a minor dent, not too bad. I've rode some S&M frames before, so I'd have to say they're pretty similar durability-wise. Not to mention, coincidentally, the frame was manufactured by S&M. The weight is average (4 lbs, 13 oz), not that I really care too much, unless a frame is like almost 6 pounds.