These shoes are so comfortable, now the white/blue and the white/black are my favorite. I definitely recommend them. One tip though, after a few hour of usage, they started making a pretty loud squeaky sound, but thanks to the reviews, I took the inserts out and then I put some baby powder inside the shoes, after doing this, I used them like for 10 minutes and suddenly the sound disappeared. So if you buy these shoes, you will have to do this in order to use them without this annoying squeaky sound.
I was looking for a light weight, neutral daily trainer that would provide enough cushion for long runs while remaining light enough for tempo runs and intervals. These shoes meet those criteria perfectly.
I have never worn shoes with Flyknit or Flywire before, and figured it was just more of the usual marketing hype. However both of those technologies make a real different in how the shoe fits. The upper feels like wearing a comfy sock that somehow holds the foot firmly yet feels like it isn't there. There was no rubbing or hot spots anywhere, and my foot did not slide around at all. I've never had a pair of shoes feel so comfortable.
Quite cushiony, but not squishy like the Gel Cumulus I previously had. Several of the shoes I tried were supposed to have a bounce or pop that feels like an energy return during push off, but these are the first shoes where I felt that spring-like effect. The shoes are definitely neutral, and do not have a lot of motion control elements or stability features like a medial post. That said, they feel very supportive.
I don't have any so far, but a big caveat is that I haven't run a lot in these yet, so we'll see how things are in a few months. One potential concern I have when looking at the Flyknit material on the upper is durability, but apparently it holds up well. Another potential con would be the original retail price of $150, which is on the higher end of what I was looking for, but the price on Amazon is much more palatable.
For a little context, I started with a list of 21 possible shoes and of those ordered 12 to try at home (thanks Prime!). The Flyknit Lunar 3's were by far the best for me. Second place were the Saucony Ride 9, which felt very similar except for being heavier (and more expensive). The Kinvara 7 were also quite similar, though the fit wasn't quite as good for me. I also liked the Nike Lunar Tempo 2, Pegaus 32, and Zoom 8 Elite, which all have similar feel for the upper, but they also had fit issues for me.
So if you're looking for a neutral light weight responsive daily trainer that feels fast and supportive, definitely give these a try!