I got this a second guitar. The moment i saw the floyd rose i was hooked and wanted the guitar.
First off out of the box it wasn't set-up too well. It was in tune and worked well for 10 minutes, but very quickly went out of tune. The asthetic of the guitar was perfect, however the bridge was completely slanted toward the higher strings. After an afternoon of tinkering and tweaking i got a great setup. I stretched the strings, adjusted the bridge and locked the strings in nice and tight. NOTE: The trussrod, action and intonation was all pretty much perfect and needed no adjustments
After i setup the guitar it plays like a dream, can take extreme whammy stuff and holds tune very nicely. You can do divebombs, flutter effects, bends you name it and it holds tune nicely. NOTE: please check the nut and the saddles, mine was a bit loose.
all in all, if you don't mind setting up your guitar and want a floyd rose go for it.
UPDATE: I've owned the guitar for about four months as of writing this. It is an absolute bliss to play. It sounds wonderful and is really comfortable.
That being said the whole floyd rose is a death trap. The whammy can take a bit of abuse before going wildly out of tune. A few divebombs are alright, but be careful as you can mess the tuning very quickly. My low E went from E to C. I've also noticed that the socket for the whammy bar is low quality. If you turn the whammy bar counter clockwise you can unscrew the whole socket. I had to put a pen spring in the socket along with the whammy bar to keep the bar stiff enough to stay in one position and not loosen the whole socket. Furthermore the saddles are a nightmare, When changing strings it turned out the threads were stripped and i needed a replacement saddle. The same thing has happened again and I am currently needing a new one. The parts are cheap and very poorly made.
The guitar is great once it's up and running, but getting to that stage is hell.