Despite this being a short scale guitar, I've found it incredibly easy to play. The tone is great, you can get warm jazzy sounds and brassy obnoxious leads, and both handle distortion incredibly well. The small size makes transporting it easy, and the bridge prevents buzzing, making all of the strings sound nice when played. Also, this guitar just looks plain awesome.
Ironically this is one of the most vintage accurate mustang's available. I recently purchased this guitar and used it in a recording. It sounds and plays amazing. The neck is nice, and overall this guitar is probably more true to the original idea of the mustang than its current fender counterpart.
This is a really easy guitar to play, the C- shape profile is nice for moderate guitar playing speed. My personal favorite part for this guitar is the pickup selection. The pickup switches allow wide variation in sound for the guitar, it is really nice to mix it up every once and a while. The bridge can make a scratchy sound if not set up properly, and the tremolo changes tuning when used, so I don't use it that often.