Its interesting to read how different bike suit different people.
I've been riding one for a couple of weeks now & my opinion pretty much is the polar opposite for the other person.
I tried a Bronson, both Alloy & Carbon. The alloy was heavy bike, which didn't help, the build was done on a budget & the tyres really didn't inspire confidence.
The Bronson C was a nice build, but still suffered with the issues I had with my old Nomad C, mainly I was stuck between a L & XL. Santa Cruz bikes still size up small & they insist on monster seat posts on the bigger bikes.
The top tube was too short, as was the wheelbase, and coming from a slacker, longer bike I really disliked the way it felt. I thought the low BB would be an issue, but SC, like most are very selective with how they measure it. 150mm forks, and skinny tyres it would seem as the bike I rode with a 160mm Pike & 2.4 High Roller 2 F, 2.3 High Roller 2 came in at ~353mm. Or just under 14" in old money. A fair bit higher than the 'official' figure.
I have an issue with super low BB's on bikes that are designed to be pedaled, i'm completely on board with it on a DH bike where it's less important, but on a trail bike? Not for me. I understand there needs to be a balance between handling & ability to pedal, and that sweet spot seems to be around the upper 13" mark. That was a pleasant surprise to the Bronson. I thought this was going to be a big dislike.
The weight was great, as was the stiffness. The finish out of the box on the carbon was nice, the alloy looked cheap, maybe the black paint job didn't suit it? They both needed a lot of helitape to keep them looking pretty. One of the guys I ride with has had a carbon from the launch, but it's already suffering the issues I have myself with carbon bikes, in that when they get a lot of use, they look tatty. Not really what you want from what is nearly a £3k frame. Jungle to be fair have treated him well & he's recently been given a new F&R triangle due to said finish quality issues.
With regards to the Liteville, for me, with 26" wheels I think the bike would be too low. The one I have been on measured in at nearly exactly the same BB height as the above Bronson (as accurate as you can be with a tape measure). There are some great frame features, and it all seems very well thought out. I'm not a huge fan of the looks, although it doesn't offend the eyes too much.
Ride wise, again interesting how people want, and feel different things from a bike. This bike seems to fit me well, and being taller, the inbetweener sized wheels seem to make more sense for someone who isn't fussed with a 29. There are times I notice the difference, the bike feels faster and rolls better, and there are times I feel like i'm just riding any other bike. I haven't really noticed a downside to it personally.
Being on a bigger bike, there are no issues with regard to mud/tyre clearance for me, I understand on the smaller ones this may be an issue due to shorter chainstays.
Overall, i'm impressed. Almost impressed enough to want to buy one. It's the only bike i've ridden of late I really like.