I received mine on January 4th 2013. Since then I've had 2 minor problems:
1. Being forced into ubuntu (I do not like the recent trend of preinstalled amazon ads). When you do a little research, you find that if you don't run this machine with a modern linux kernel, you might get system crashes. Ever since I've been running ubuntu 12.10, though, I have experienced no crashes.
2. When placed on a flat surface, the laptop is uneven. One leg appears to be too short. I bring a few flashcards around. Oh well.
I carry this laptop around in my backpack all the time as I walk and bike. I tend to treat it well. As of this point I don't have any big complaints. It was a well priced machine which serves me as a portable workstation/desktop.
I want to respond to this guy's review:
Body: You can see the design on their website. I've never been hurt by holding this computer.
Screen: I agree: the screen casing is a bit flimsy.
Touchpad, Cooling: I've never felt that any region of the computer has been too warm to the point that it has become uncomfortable. It is true that that region does get warmer than the rest of the computer though. You should know that 1) I don't use this computer for gaming and 2) the laptop maintains a steady temperature of ~55 degrees if you're not doing anything too intense. I mainly browse, read, and program.
Ubuntu: I also wish that I was given the option to partition the hard drive during the first system set up.
The Bad: It is true that the battery life is around 3 hours.