It's the same bike as the Fuji Track Pro was for the past seven or so years. It's probably one of, if not the best, off-the-peg track bikes you can buy. Numerous people have won national championships on it, and I believe a few riders even took them to Worlds.
I owned one and it definitely rode "harsh." When I was riding at the local beat-up "Ghettodrome," I would come back with a killer headache most days, but that could probably be said about ANY aluminum bike, given the track surface. Basically, I loved the bike and I regret selling it on every race day when I feel my steel frame flex in a sprint.
Anyway, it's a great bike and I don't think you'll find anyone with a bad word to say about it.