180 miles on mine and I'm happy with it. The weather's been wet in the PNW and I've fitted a set of PDW city fenders and they attach solidly to the fender bosses, no issues with rattling. It's a stiff bike, and you do feel all the bumps on the trail with the stock tires, but I expect that switching to tubeless and running lower pressures will help with that.
With the handlebars slammed down all the way to the top cap, the stack height/reach are similar to my Specialized CruX, so it's racy enough - though I didn't buy it for that, I got it for its versatility.
I do get a bit of toe overlap with the front wheel on my 56cm frame (size 12 shoes) despite the slightly longer (compared with CruX) wheelbase so that's a little disappointing but not the end of the world. Other carbon gravel bikes with similar specs seem to run at least $1.5K - $2K more.