It's a solid shoe for daily running that has its pros and cons.
+ Feels comfortable on the foot during running
+ Breathability is good
- The sole feels a bit too hard for me. I ran in Pegasus 29 until it worn out, and it was perfect (apparently Nike has changed sole design since then)
- Perhaps as the result of having hard soles, the shoe traction is not very confident on wet pavement. To the degree that I didn't trust it on turns and artificially slowed down more than I otherwise would. Since then I bought Nike Lunarepic Shield and Adidas SuperNova 8, which perform much more reliably in both dry and wet weather.
- Sole pattern is such that small rocks get stuck in it and you have to pull them out periodically