The Good: It's not lightweight because it's a coaster but it ain't heavy. It's a coaster so you can cruise backwards. Looks nice with the low profile logo , nice hub shell design. Quality wise , it's great BUT not Demolition , they ARE KHE internals so basically 90% of coasters are the same with different shells and their logo.
The Bad: Mine came with a seized none drive side cone nut , couldn't even remove it until a friend who's maybe 200 lbs had to put it in a vice and lean on a wrench to get it to loosen . It fucked my axle , which is an aluminum piece of shit and the threads got destroyed. The thread on hubguard is aluminum and basically like any other hubguard. The axle is pretty garbage especially the V1 Hollow version and the hubguard that threads on ; avoid them like the plague. Could have more slack but it's just about getting used to it , mine is on max but not enough personally.Overall Review: You CAN backpedal with a coaster if you need to , so don't be afraid of blowing your bearings just dont over do it. Grease it maybe every couple months but if you go fucking Stevie on everything then I'd say maybe every 2 months. I'd get the V2 version but frankly with that seized axle issue OUT OF THE BOX with the shitty quality of it , I'd probaly just get another one. In all it's a great hub but generic as most coasters use the same internals. Don't dig my luck with it but besides that I don't have any issues so maybe it was just a factory mistake.