Surprisingly quick for a 650 V-twin -- it certainly out-accelerates some larger cruisers and leaves equivalent cruisers in the dust.
I find the seat very comfortable. However, my regular pillion can't handle more than an hour at a time on the back, since the seating position forces me to lean back slightly, robbing her of any space or room to move.
Brakes are very effective, if somewhat "wooden". Never a drama stopping.
Bike is very stable at speed, and even at walking pace. A little ponderous perhaps, but easy to turn and manoeuvre. For a cruiser, it corners well -- your heel will let you know how close you're getting.
Fuel consumption is reasonable. About 300+km on a tank. You wouldn't want to ride more without a break anyway.
Gearchanges are easy and remarkably silent.
Some of the chromed "bling" is actually plastic; its longevity will be interesting.
The huge muffler does nothing for the engine note, but the dealer showed me a "sports" exhaust that had it snapping and snarling!
Instruments are reasonable, though I feel a tacho would be good (on a cruiser!) in light of the way this motor revs out so (too) easily.
It attracts attention! People like the look of it. It has road presence.