I have it's older big brother; the Y50. Solid piece of kit but the trackpad is kinda kitschy. Also, with Trendnet routers, for some reason the wifi needs to be disabled/re-enabled every couple of days. Works fine with Cradlepoint and Linksys though. It's really odd. Also when transcoding under Linux and forcing max speeds (a la Throttlestop) it can get quite warm. Have seen it climb up to 95.
Mine has literally been around the world, twice, and has no issues other than a slight ding to the plastic lip right in front of the trackpad. Don't know how it got there, but I don't baby my stuff. Also the keyboard has the black paint rubbing/chipped off the "D" and left "Alt" (don't know why that one!) keys.
For some things, I would probably be using a mouse (I know I'll need one for gaming), so I'm not terribly worried about the trackpad. Everything else on it seems good from what I've read, but the price, while great for what it is, is a bit high for me, as much as I want it. I'll probably go for it anyways, as the price for the specs is great.