I've worn this hiking, scrambling, on approaches and a bit through talus. Just got back from Switzerland and spent several days hiking all day in them. Not only are they comfortable but you notice the difference in weight with traditional boots.
Boots look very sharp, seem well made and fit true to size. I love how light they are compared to leather boots. I always feel sad for my friends with bulky heavy boots. Vibram soles work well as expected,v ery grippy and good all around.
The best part is the removable liner, I dont know if it conforms to your foot etc but, being able to take them out as a camp shoe, to dry, to wash etc is just so darn practical.
I've spent all day walking through snow and my foot stayed dry. I noticed some wetness in the liner after finally removing them but it didnt make it through to my foot. Yeah! Also the liner dries quickly once taken out.
Also, the fact that the shoes have no tongue I find to be a huge benefit.
Photo from Brienzersee near Interlaken, Switzerland.