This was a pedal I bought primarily for a clean boost but has morphed into my main distortion sound. This I think exemplifies the first major positive of this drive.
Positives: The drive is highly versatile and can do anything from a responsive bluesy drive to a huge compressed distortion sound. It also is very reactive to the volume pot, how hard you hit the strings and your pickup selection, allowing for a tiny bit of dirt on the neck pickup of my PRS to a raunchy vintage crunch on the bridge. This all stems from the touch control which acts as both a tone and almost a compression control, with the drive becoming more compressed and trebly as the knob is turned clockwise and darker and more responsive as the pedal is turned anti-clockwise. This to my mind also has its drawbacks.
Negatives: The touch control is the most notable issue for this pedal. The merging of the compression and the tone means that you have an issue of the pedal not quite being able to get the sound you may want. I was looking for a responsive sound that wasn't highly dark, something that would be possible with a tone and a touch control. The variation in tone is less of an issue than other cheap overdrives but is still prevalent.
All in all, this a great budget drive pedal that does have a significant flaw that sadly a little bit undermines the pedal. A possible upmarket option is the pedal it is based off, the Mad Professor Sweet Honey, the deluxe version of which has separate bass and treble controls along with the touch control.