Budget acoustics all have different qualities. This one is a lightweight dreadnought style with a peg bridge and a decently bright sound. It's a very good beginner acoustic. The neck is small enough for little hands and the string spacing is just a tad too tight to be an average adult guitar. The tuners have a nice ratio and smoothness to them.
Dimensions are as follows. Depth - 4 inches body length - 19.5 inches Width at bridge - 14 inches Overall Length - 41 Inches
When I bought mine, I had to use sand paper and file the frets down on both sides. This is pretty common on entry level acoustics. I also had to shave the peg bridge a bit to make sure the pegs didn't fly out when I restrung it. This is still one of the better acoustic guitars I've seen for the $100 range.