When the kit is stood up straight or put in a pose on an action base, it's solid as a rock and looks fantastic. The bicep connection is, however, a little annoying to deal with when fiddling with him, as they have a tendency to detach. The legs are connected by ball joints, so you can't really get any wide spreads out of them. Aside from that, the legs have no issues being pulled forwards or back, and the knees have a nice double jointed bend.
The standard beam sabers and beam rifle feel a little loose in the hands, but somehow don't fall out unless you want them to. The beam fan effect part is a little too top heavy, so you have to balance it in the hand for it to stay in place.
The build itself is pretty unusual, but a fun and interesting experience. You have to be a little careful with all the C-Clips in the build, as they easily stress if put in wrong. There's only a very small amount of polycaps used in the build (two, IIRC), so that may be a plus for some people. There's a surprising amount of color-correcting stickers included for all the red circles, but they're all very easy to paint on instead.
If you're a fan of the Victory Gundam anime, or just really like the sleek design, it's definitely recommended - just don't expect a lot of dynamic poses.