There are several nice features to this cycle. For one thing, you can mount any standard saddle and pedals. Computer mounting is fairly easy as well, with the magnet already mounted on the flywheel and a screw attachment on the front fork. Some users may find the bottle cage useful, but I removed right away to make it easier to step through -- swinging your leg over the saddle will more than likely bash your ankle on the seat adjustment bar. Both the seat and handlebar posts are a bit loose in the highest positions, but you can cure this easily with shimming. Overall, construction feels pretty solid -- the welds look good and the unit is reassuringly heavy.
What would have made this a 5-star choice would be an optional standard handlebar stem fitting. This would let me set up the entire unit to better reproduce my road cycles. At my height of 74", I find the stock handlebars uncomfortably low after about 20 minutes. Another, much more minor gripe is that the front rollers (for moving the unit around) are a little undersized -- it's easier to pick the whole thing up and carry it than to tilt it forward high enough for the wheels to roll properly.
2/2012 -- 2.5 year follow-up: Still working well. The felt friction resistance pad is fairly worn, but otherwise the unit doesn't appear to need maintenance. It is on its second bicycle computer due to a clumsy attempt at cleaning the first -- I forget how many thousand kilometers were on it before the sensor broke. I've become used to the handlebars, though I'd still prefer the option of configuring them to my own tastes -- the frame geometry for my height allows pedaling in a hands-off posture for short periods.