I respectfully disagree. It's an awesome trainer, the best one since the original Turbo. In fact, I might like it more because it has more cushion under the ball of foot and I don't get a burning sensation in that area after a long run. The toe box also fits my toes better, most shoes which are not ridiculously wide (i mean Altra wide) give me pinky blisters and/or tear over the outermost line of the toe after 200 miles. They are heavy but they have enough pop so that running moderate/steady/marathon pace feels comfortable and 'springy', more similar to using an older pair of Vaporflys than to trainers. Not so good for fasters stuff when you might want to increase leg turnover but that's fine since I use 3 pairs of these and run like 80% of my distance in them, might switch for something else for track workout when I need one. Also pretty good in cold weather: ZoomX doesn't lose its 'pop' and the traction of the outsole is pretty decent. Both significant advantages over my other 'Peg Turbo replacement' shoe, the NB Beacon.
It is not perfect since the upper is just too massive. Maybe making a slimmer one would have looked completely ridiculous on such huge soles. Which I doubt as they look like moon shoes anyway, especially the brighter colorways (dark blue is pretty slick). Or maybe that was necessary for the advertised reduced injury risk which is also doubtful as Infinity Run does the same with Flyknit which is lighter and not as bulky. Also, the price is outrageously high. The best I could find was 30% off which is still at or above as MSRP of most tregular trainers, and as for NB Beacons I can get 2 pairs and have some change left for a beer and a taco. Or 3 pairs if compared to full price of the Invincibles.