Good or Bad
This frame is either good or bad depending on what you want and what you care about. I started with a homemade wooden tri-copter when they were a thing, built cheapo quads and also some nicer stuff such as QAV-X, GT2 and currently running a couple of Chameleons. I've broken/destroyed them all in short order, but do have a list of what would make a good frame for me, and this was the closest I could get - no-nonsense, robust, easy to maintain/fix, doesn't need a bag full of bolts of different sizes and shapes, no special standoffs or custom machined metal parts. Some bad points, but not ones that put me off: the carbon is nice but machining, while not terrible, is the worst I've seen even compared to my Chinese frames. Burrs, slots not cut all the way through, sticky residue on each side, no rounded edges, carbon dust, not wrapped individually to avoid scratches but just with a rubber band in a pile. No nice extras such as battery pad, landing pads/skids. Not a big deal to finish the frame, just time and parts which I have on hand anyway. 3D printed commdock looks like a dogs dinner, worst quality 3D printing I've seen, but once installed looks cool and is very useful. Cost me more than a Chameleon and for such a basic frame with far fewer parts, and to import to the UK cost even more. Not the fastest or the lightest. Can't get spare arms currently as RR don't carry them and MQC don't send to the UK. As I said, these don't put me off because the roughness doesn't matter - I'm not going to frame it. The lack of fancy features doesn't matter - that's what I wanted, I only fly freestyle for fun and as Drew proves this holds its own in the air. When I listed all the little issues with my past frames, mainly around fragility or maintenance, this one addressed the issues, and that is why I don't have any regrets paying the somewhat high asking price. When this breaks I might just use the Fusion as a starting point to cut my ideal frame. So, it might be the best frame ever, or a poor investment, depending on your needs and desires.