As an initial offering I think there is plenty of potential here. If an Inventor user sets aside any preconceived notions of how to do various steps as they would in Inventor and simply draws on the experience of 3D modeling with an open mind you can see where the potential exists. I spent 15 years as a mechanical designer and 3+ years as an mechanical application engineer for a reseller. Now I teach high school drafting and I can see where today's kids will pick this method up faster and feel it's more intuitive and still have the power to bring designs to life.
I like the right mouse button choices and the immediate feedback. Yes, it still needs work but I think it reflects the direction solid modeling needs to go in. I definitely plan on spending some time with it to get the feel and not necessarily "bug hunt".
What types of information are the developers looking for?