I've ridden/owned quite a few full sus (including old enduros, the first FSRs etc etc).
Other than the size, yes it's been great. It's quite active suspension IME. I've the three-position monarch shock on it, and set up on the soft side for DH performance. I tend to use the middle lever position (mid damping) for singletrack/mild DH to keep things a bit firmer, then open for DH and i'll use the heavy damping (it's not really lockout) for long climbs.
No pedal kickback or noticeable brake jack like on a singlepivot (I had a prophet for 2 years). DH performance is more like my socom (that it replaced) than my old prophet, to give you some idea there. Not as good an XC bike as the prophet was, but mine's also built heavier and shorter in the TT+stem, which I think is the main reason. The suspension feels more capable.
TT length is hard to compare, as it's obviously size dependent. If you want some numbers measured from my large, they're as below - though the current v3s are a shade longer I believe. Ballpark's about right though - but bear in mind these are measured, not from drawings etc so may be a little off
top tube 620mm (horizontal line from top of headtube to seatpost centre
As I say I think at 6'4" it's too short for me for all day riding, with a 60mm stem (obviously back/arm length is a big factor too). It is a good size for me for uplifts etc and enduros - it's the same riding position as my old socom basically for dh.
All a bit waffley but maybe of some help?