I haven't but I did have one of its predecessors which I rode for around 5000 miles. The only significant difference that I can see is that the front forks are now carbon fibre (good move, the ride was a bit harsh). Apart from that, it's pretty much the same frame and components. It was a very good ''entry level'' bike for the price (then around €300). It's still in the family, currently shrunk down to just about fit my niece.
On Sunday, I was cycling alongside my girlfriend as we went round a corner, she hugged the gutter and I heard a load of crunching, turned to look and she was riding through a load of smashed glass. I cringed and warned her about imminent pop/flat and I watched the tyre for the next 5 mins intermittently expecting to witness at least some slow deflation, and it somehow came out unscathed, covered 15 mile, got home and all was well.
Not that this is a reflection of quality (the tyres are cheapo's, not expecting quality tyres), it is probably dumb luck, but it is a fun anecdote!