Well, when it's plugged in, it gets close to the video performance of the Sager and other high end laptops. It doesn't have the procesing power, but for that you get a very light notebook. I think the LCD angle views are very poor for a high end laptop and for its price.
Its battery life is great, the docking station is really nice, and it's a very solid machine with some cool features and software. It has a desktop program it comes with linked directly to the bios where you can change settings. It doesn't come with all the other software crap though that nobody wants which is a plus. It's pretty expensive though and why we haven't decided 100% to put it up yet. Also, to get the great battery life, it defaults to powerplay enabled which kills video performance on batteries. We've sold a few and people are very happy with them. We can offer them cheaper than I've been able to find them anywhere else and in a 1.3 and 1.6GHZ versions.
It's biggest negatives are the LCD and price and it would be nice if there was a faster processor offered (Not Acer's fault, Intels =).
I might do a stand alone review on it with a break down soon.