'Not strictly a 'nutritional' item - it's just Nesquik'
Strengths: Tastes nice, but then so do Nesquik and Crusha!
Weaknesses: Where to start? It's expensive, has no benefit over 'normal' milkshake (which is all this is), packed with sugar, takes-up lots of space, very sweet and sickly. THIS IS NOT A SPORTS, NUTRITION OR RECOVERY AID - it's just flavoured milk. It might look more serious or grown-up, like you are a 'proper' athlete, but it's just a child's drink in fancy packaging. Save your money - buy Nesquik or Mars Milk.
Overall: Children's favourite rebranded to appeal to people who feel they need something sport-related after exercise.
Strengths: Very nice feel around the heel - good snug fit (the best of any shoe I've tried). Cushioning is soft - perhaps too soft, but feels plush.
Weaknesses: Durability - Asics isn't as good as other brands - sorry, but I am always disappointed when they wear so quickly (hence why I only buy them in a really good sale). Support - it's not bad, but if you over-pronate more than a little, Asics' products don't cut it like, say Brooks Adrenaline or NB 1226/1260.
Overall: Nice shoes for all distances...if you can find them heavily-reduced. They just aren't worth the big price tags they have due to them being the 'fashionable' shoe of the moment.
Strengths: Great fit - nice and snug around the heel but roomy in the toebox. Good cushioning - smooth from heel to toe - responsive and not 'squishy'. The support elements work well and aren't intrusive (unlike say, the old 1050) and the tongue is well-padded against the laces.
Weaknesses: They are perhaps the ugliest shoes I've owned (if that's important to you). They are expensive if you pay full-price (I got them for £47.50 from the Shap Outlet) They aren't as breathable as I would like, if I was designing my perfect shoe.
Overall: Truly great shoe -better 'feel' than Nikes, far more durable than Asics and support nearly as good as Brooks. Good job.