i have one since ca a month and did a lot of Kilometers/meters in altitude with it (i am just preparing for my season-highlight)
-very light (715 gr. Frame 52, 315 gr. fork uncut, 74 gr. Headset)
-steering not to nervous (71,8°/43mm), easy, to get around turns
-probably stiff enough ("probably", because i weigh 62 kg, so, evéry frame is stiff enough for me
-great feature: every frame-size has its own tube-diameters. so, it accommodates different demands to stiffness, depending on users height/weight . side effect: each size looks very harmonious. of course, that causes a high amount in construction.
-the acros-headset is quite tricky to be fixed, its loosening from time to time. have to find the right torque for the stem.
-i am not really a friend of those integrated carbon-front-derailleur-sockets, it seems to be quite solid, but is always a weak point
-focus-support is bad. asked two questions concerning right torque-amounts per email, three weeks ago. got no answer yet!
comfort? i think, comfort comes from the right geometry, a good-fitting saddle and maybe a flexible 27,2 mm-seatpost!
and "tests" in magazines? boring, unappaeling, never read those.
all in all i think, focus-ingenieurs made an effort in this frameset. so far, i am really happy with it. i hope, the durability will be good as well.