Solid Splitboard, slow base though
I'm pretty happy with my solution, it's a really solid splitboard.
Advances, particularly in binding tech, have seen spitboards come a long way recently. Pair the solution with some karakorams (or sparks) and you've got a setup that rides almost as well as a solid board. The clips are also from karakoram and are much better than the old "chinese hooks" on most boards, although they can jiggle around a little outside the edge of the board in tour mode, so you wanna be careful not to bend them traversing close to the bottom of a rock or something.
My deck seems to have been cut pretty well, The two halves fit together very flush with no gaps down the entire length of the board.
If I had one gripe it would be that the base is "slow", it just doesn't feel as smooth as my other boards (e.g. burton malolo) which I have found makes me a bit slow on flat runouts compared to other boards. Maybe after a wax or two it will smooth out a bit.
I haven't ridden it in much less than bottomless powder (you gotta love japan!) and for this I definitely recommend using the rear most binding stance. I did negotiate some icy ridgelines though and it handles boilerplate just fine too, it's quite stiff.