The guitar is light, around 3.4-3.2 kg. It is very playable, in fact neck comfort and playability are excellent. Neck playability is very important for a set-neck guitar imho, since you can't change it... The matte finished neck is something I enjoyed. The headstock is gorgeous.
It sound bright unplugged and plugged, unlike a LP. If you want LP sound, look elsewhere.
The controls cavity is shielded along with the cavity cover, and the pots look fine quality, made in Koreea, and larger than alpha pots.
The intonation is spot-on except G string where it's a hair off.
Neck relief and action are reasonable. Not super low action but fine for my taste. It's OK imho.
The bad: They did not polish the frets... They did polish the fret ends, which is very nice, but not the frets themselves. This is embarrassing for this price range. Steel wool solves it but I would rather spend my time differently. It feels awkward to bend strings. The nut exterior corners are roughly rounded with a file. But the nut is made of bone, probably not slotted and initially just a bar that needed filing.
The most sensitive finish area is where the neck joins the upper body of the guitar, in general. It is not perfect, I have seen worse.
Tone controls behave a bit odd, as they brighten up the tone too fast, but this is a known issue reported by all players. Probably the tone cap value is too low, but I couldn't find it printed on the capacitor.
There are some dark spots on the neck binding... looking as if it is fretboard wood splinters, but I did not manage to remove them by simply rubbing them off.
The fretboard was dry, but some lemon and almond oil fixed it.