This review does not cover performance, there are plenty of other reviews for very similar showerheads in the in2ition series, including the 58065 and 75584. General consensus is that it performs adequately and folks rather like the versatility, but water flow can be anemic at times; fortunately the flow restrictors can be removed (there are two).
Instead, it should be noted that for a showerhead costing $120+ ("stainless steel" finish) the showerhead is made almost entirely from a mid-grade plastic, not metal, even including the water diverter valve and the hose itself (yes, even the hose is plastic, it just looks like it is metal). In fact, the only metal parts on this showerhead are the ball joint, and possibly the two hose connectors. To add insult to injury, Delta didn't even bother to put the metallic finish on half of the showerhead; instead it very obviously looks like plastic, of an ugly grey color.
This is not to say the plastic itself is cheap, but most people wouldn't purchase a $120+ sink faucet that was made of plastic, why would any manufacturer think the buyer would be any happier spending that much on a plastic showerhead that even looks like plastic? The silly thing is, Delta's parent company makes an identical showerhead (the Alsons 6469), which not only has far less of the ugly grey plastic look (it's still plastic, but has more metallic finish), but also comes with a nice stainless steel stretch hose rather than a plastic one, for pretty much the same price. Unfortunately Amazon does not carry that model as of this writing, you will have to find it elsewhere like myself.