Wow, they are really onto something here
There's two angles you could base a review on: one, all the stuff about how awesome and trouble free carbon graphite is when it sounds and plays this good; and two, the whole topic of the "travel guitar" size and how awesome (or not) it is in THAT context. Very quickly on the first point, just emphatic five stars on this guitar and CA guitars in general. Along with a couple other makers, they have really truly achieved a sound quality and price-point worth serious attention (and customer loyalty. . . now the case for me).
But relatedly, the other thing about this guitar is that it is so good in its own right, that I'd say it stands on its own merits and shouldn't be thought of as just a travel guitar. This could absolutely be used live, in a pro context, and I bet it will be. While it would be a perfect gift to a learning youth (I guess from a wealthy parent) you don't "need" small hands to appreciate and effectively use this guitar anymore than you would to play a mandolin. The guitar plays incredibly well in normal adult hands IMO. The fret spacing is similar to if you capoed at the second fret. The string tension is indeed a wee bit squishy, but that and the fret spacing are QUICKLY learned and then you have all these other opportunities open up based exactly on those qualities.
Yes, great because it will never warp or crack, and yes, great because it's small and super tough for travel, but this is 5-stars because it is truly a top-rate guitar for a grand that actually provides something new in form. Oh, and to me it sounds around the area of a Martin 00--like one from the $2000 range.