Very comfortable on long walk-ins
I don't have a car, so I was looking for a light and inexpensive pad I could cycle/hike to crags with, and I can confirm this one works perfectly.
It's one of the most comfortable pads I've encountered, especially in its price range (though your mileage may vary depending on your body shape). Last week I carried it on a 6 mile round trip to a remote crag with only a minor amount of shoulder pain/chafing right at the end (and that was only due to wearing a backpack on my front at the same time) - something I'm really impressed with, as other pads I've tried this with began to hurt after as little as 2 miles. In terms of cycling short distances, it's light and comfortable enough to carry in both sitting and standing positions, and doesn't force me to be too hunched over, though I can't comment on longer rides (e.g. of several miles) yet.
The pad doesn't have a waist strap (only a chest strap) though it would benefit from one (for cycling, or when walking with it in strong winds), but this is easy enough to improvise with another piece of webbing if you have some. I haven't encountered the strap-detachment issue another reviewer mentioned, but possibly the design has changed slightly since then. I've seen no wear on stitching so far, and the surface has stayed surprisingly clean.
In terms of protection, it's certainly better than not having any and I've been thankful I bothered to carry it up with me, but be aware it is quite a hard and thin pad, and I wouldn't feel especially confident jumping from more than 1.5-2m onto it unless paired with other pads. I don't generally climb highballs so this is not really an issue for me, but something to consider if you do.
Overall it's been perfect for what I wanted it for, and I would definitely recommend if you're like me and crags are a bit of a mission for you to get to.