I've been addicted to the bike for the better part of two decades. Mostly, it's been a solitary pursuit, with a couple of group rides each year. My wife had been making noises about riding for a couple of years, so this year for Mother's Day, I broke down and bought her a Terry Symmetry.
Big decision points were Terry's reputation in building women's-specific bikes; that the bike was all 105, and Realcyclist's 60 day unconditional guarantee.
The bike arrived well packed and extremely easy to put together. I've built several bikes, and this one required no tweaking of the drivetrain at all, which was nice. Put the handlebars on the stem, put in the seatpost, and put on the wheels and it's good to go. As noted by Ben, the seatpost is a little long, but that's the only negative on an otherwise great bike.
After almost 3 months (mother's day came early), she's hooked - logging almost as many weekly miles as I do, and I've got a regular Sunday morning ride, especially if one of the kids volunteers to have breakfast waiting.