1) The manual originally supplied with the forks did not have the Thors included, and therefore was not clear how you were to set up the air pressure properly. I bought mine in August and only found out a month ago how to set them up correctly. Now that they are, the brake dive issue noted above is no longer a problem.
2) The move through their travel in a very linear fashion. This make them very plush, but also causes the fork to dive readily when heading downhill as the fork swallows the hits. This can be rectified using the Albert Select lockout with the threshold wound out.
3) Most of the oil has now made its way past the seals from a fair bit of use, and requires the forks to be stored upside down to allow the (very good) small bump sensitivity to remain. Otherwise they are very sticky on small stuff.
4) I also had a top out problem, but has now been sorted by correctly setting them up as 1) and not having the rebound too fast. I will probably get them returned though as its a common problem (see ChrisL's post) and might as well get it fixed before the warranty expires.
5) The travel adjust lever on mine didn't get a chance to snap, but the cable got shitted up and would leave the knob turned slightly, exascerbating (sp?) the diving problem. I therefore ditched it and don't ever use the travel adjust!
6) My Maxle360 requires to be cammed over THEN tighted up, which isn't the ideal quick release solution its supposed to be.
7) If you have a front rotor smaller than 180mm, you'll need a new rotor...
So, overall, they're a nice fork when working correctly, but to be honest you'd be better with Pikes, or Revelations, for the price.