It's light enough that I can lift it, the locking backrest is super helpful for me, and I love the color options. I got a flip-up footrest to help me transfer easier since I stand to transfer, and a solid seat pan to last me longer. It's a really nice smooth ride, and I'm comfortable during the whole day even though my hips dislocate when I sit normally. (I got a Jay 3 cushion with gel, I love it) I love the color, and I get compliments on how sleek and pretty it is!
The scissor locks are almost impossible for me to open with my hands, since I have little mobility or strength in them. I probably haven't locked them more than 5 times, I just transfer with them unlocked and hope it doesn't roll away, haha. Also, the camber that I picked (4°) seems to make the wheels touch the side guards slightly, so sometimes they make noise. I'm sure that's something I could adjust, but I can't get any of the screws off since they were put on in a factory and again, weak hands.
casey jack c. from winnetka, ca
I'm 25 and chronically ill, so I use my chair about 2/3rds of the time.