Only one day old, but everything I expected in a Tissot. Needed (?!) something nicer than my Casio (while still being rugged, waterproof, and analog), but not as upscale as my Rado or my Rolex. Fits the bill perfectly.
Also, as a MotoGP fan, the special edition is just the icing on the cake. I just liked the styling more than the more regular version which had two internal white dials and the hours on the face rather than the bezel.
Also, the website says the bezel is stationary but the one on mine is unidirectional (counterclockwise). As the numbers for the hours are on the bezel I'm hoping that may allow it to serve as an international clock when I travel without having to change the movement (which means re-calibrating to an external reference every time).
Band had to be sized, but this is easily done with a utility knife and the tip of a brad (what I had on hand), just cut it one mark at a time, reassemble and test to avoid over-cuting and needing to replace the band. The clasp has three holes for finer adjustments than may be achieved by trimming the band. There are no instructions included for this process.