Strengths: Light and airy. Nice rearfoot comfort and a great fit for me (quite narrow).
Weaknesses: lack of cushioning caused me problems on longer runs. And shoe wore out quickly (hole in toebox before 400 miles). Flimsy mesh build.
Overall: Mixed view of this shoe as was my first proper running trainer and having no idea bought it because it felt light and airy. No consideration of pronation when I bought. Got me through two half marathons and felt fast though. Fast and comfy but weak build due to loads of mesh-like material.
Strengths: Light for motion control. Comfy. Fast enough to race in.
Weaknesses: Front feels a bit flimsy so life may not be excessive
[Update 02/06/07] Only 250 miles old and ride started to feel very hard and causing leg problems.
Overall: When I read about this light motion control shoe I just had to try it being quite a severe overpronator. Its all true, light, feels fast and as comfy as you'd need
[Update 02/06/07] Retired them not long after 300 miles, disappointingly early. I got better mileage from previous Adidas Supernova Controls and various pairs of Asics Kayano's. Don't discount them though! Maybe too much motion control for me which caused problems when cushioning started to lose effectiveness.