Just ridden both the routes available and have some initial thoughts.
I would think that the pairing options should be in the options menu rather than when you go into a ride. My laptop is at the minimum spec (i5, 8gb ram, HD520), and I ran the program @ 1600*900 resolution and I would the experience very jerky. The gradient transitions were great and it was nice to be able to see the other riders on the courses (fortunately no one overtook me ) .
The graphics reminded me very much of bkool, a platform I moved away as their support for the Kickr Snap was rubbish, so it’s good to have a similar experience to that as I didn’t find it a poor platform.
Loading the application up was fast (after the initial installation which took ages), the profile graphic could be wider in my view and the dashboard with the watts / gradient etc… would be better if the gradient, speed etc… were slightly larger, I don’t run a 40" panel connected to my laptop, so limited to the 15" screen. I agree with other comments about maps in strava, segments, and transferring the elevation. It would also be nice to have information in the leader boards, we all like to see how we compare to others, it also helps spur us to to improve.
The road ahead was a bit fuzzy most of the ride.
It would be nice to have a ‘warm up’ gap before launching into a climb route, fortunately I bit the flat route first so was nicely warmed up for Coll de Soller, but launching straight into Soller would have been painful.
I’ve not looked at the training plans yet, but will when I next log on.
Overall I think is a ok first experience, which has some promise. I look forward to the improvements.