Took my first ride on the KBO Breeze yesterday. I don't have much to compare it to since I've only ridden one other e bike which was a rental Trex. Compared to that the KBO is way more powerful and faster. I think the Trex was a bottom of the line model used for rentals. I live alongside a paved rails to trail bike path which is where I'll do most of my biking, so the KBO is perfect for that. I've done 20 miles so far and the battery just went from all full bars down one bar. I use peddle assist 2 which keeps me at about 14.5 mph on the flat trail. Peddle assist 3 keeps it at a little over 18 mph which is a little fast for me (72 years old) and above the speed limit for the trail. The throttle is fantastic for getting the bike moving from a dead stop and then having peddle assist kick in and take over. I really appreciate this feature when stopped at a road crossing and having cars waiting for me to cross. I can just twist the throttle and zip across. The 2.4" tires are quiet and should extend the battery range compared to a 4" fat tire bike which is what I was originally thinking about getting. Also the KBO is 62lbs compared to over 73 lb fat tire bike. The only problem I've encountered was the headlight doesn't work. I called KBO and they were extremely helpful with having me troubleshoot the problem. They even called me back on the weekend and followed up with emails! I was happy to receive this kind of support after hearing some e bike companies are hard to deal with after the sale. They are sending me a new headlight after we determined that mine was defective. The bike went together easily with the tool that came with it and no adjustments were needed other than air pressure in the tires brought up to recommend pressures. So far I'm very pleased with this bike and look forward to using it a lot this spring and summer.