Its shocking how rare it is to find a bike that adjusts in mm vs cm up, down, forward, and back. Some bikes out there don't even give you all the adjustments and this bike does. The seat is pretty nice too. Not so big its for old grandmas and not so small you can't bare it for an hour. The bike is definitely more comfortable than most bikes once dialed in correctly. The interface... it could be better. Its not hard to use, but you are going to want to pair it with the app. it would nice if you didn't have to google what the app is. Pairing things could be streamlined. I wasn't able to pair my ANT+ HRM, and I thought the specs say it supports this. The tensioner... IMHO, the indexed notches are too small. If you are jumping around to specific resistant levels it makes it harder to get the same ones. I would have gone with a digital dial that just infinitely spins and goes +/- for every notch. Worst feature is its a fixie, and like all fixies will jack up your knees when you try to stand up and/or relax. I have no clue who thinks pedaling backward is helpful. There are no bikes someone might ride that pedal backward. Maybe grandma might do this as part of her workout, but grandma isn't riding in the tour. Grandma could probably replace her silly workout with something else. Personally I'm not interested in life fitness virtual course. I am interested in zwift which I haven't gotten to try yet.