Title says it all. The boot shell is great, light and sturdy. The walk mode is really excellent. The buckles can be a PIA at times with the hooks, but patience prevails. I don't like the way the buckles pressure the top of my foot, it kind of cuts off circulation to the foot. The stock liners have all the potential to be great, but only if you like super cushy liners. I can't get the tension where the boot feels solid to ski without always over tightening to compensate for the super cushy feel. BD needs to just put an Intuition liner, like a Luxury Liner in the boot and call it good. Also, the heel hold feels good in the boot with the stock liners, but my heel/liner tends to slide up when skiing the stock liner.I just use my liner for my Scarpa TX-pro NTN in the boot, and it seems to work without having to buy a whole new liner :) The wrap liners reduce the range of motion walking compared to the tongue liner, but not too significantly.Overall the ski mode is just solid, better than expected and it drives the fatter skis like my Stokes. If I had to buy again I would certainly weigh the fact that the liners suck so add the cost of a new liner to the retail cost of the boot and as others said the sizing is a little mystifying. I have a narrow heel and low volume ankle with a D size foot. It seems to favor low volume ankles and wider feet, but not too wide a foot IMO. Also, skinning is great on these with another liner, the shin pressure is not an issue even in steeper tracks.