One big plus of this deck is the pop is insane for a big deck. I can easily plant up stair sets and get the deck to meet my hand even like 5 feet up off the ground. I have ridden popsicle decks with less pop, that's for sure. At this point, my TMKF is pretty much destroyed with razor tail so I would say I have thoroughly tested this deck out and over time the pop is still really good for a bigger board.
After a whole season of skating the only issues I have with the TMKF are the wheel wells, which only work with TKPs. Wheel clearance could be better for RKPs but with a little riser 65mm wheels work fine. Also, while it makes the deck super light, the 7 ply construction gets flexy after a few months of big drops and hard shredding. (no serious delam or stress cracking) The wear doesnt effect the ride all that much over time but the flex can start to POP you out of slides a bit more and make it harder to hold out for distance.
Overall, this deck does a little of everything pretty well with no major downsides. I will definitely buy a new TMKF as soon as Daddies restocks their Comet decks! (Which better be soon, my nose is wrecked!)