I've had this bike over the winter before reviewing to be sure I'd worked it in well - I mean gotten the first scratches in the paint :)
First point, the top tube, for me is a bit high to swing my leg over easily - I'm 5'4" with a 28 inseam and might have done better with the other version simply for that reason.
The bike is smooth and responsive - but since my other bike is a Brompton, there was some adjustment to be made as they are quite different bikes. I've added a rack and bags - and even with these fully loaded, it runs well and the tires handle light snow w/o issue.
Over time, as expected, the belt drive needed tightened twice and that was very easy as was pulling the rear wheel for the first flat.
Bike gear range is excellent and shifts reliably on hills.
It does add a fair bit to the cost when you add the front and rear lights and rack - I used a collar to attach to the seat post as the rack I had didn't fit the bike. I also upgraded the grips.
Looking forward to some light gravel riding with this bike and possibly adding a Red Shift Stem and/or seat post depending upon how things go.
Overall pleased with the ride. Plan to run it into the ground and see just how well the internal drive and belt system hold up.