Pros: Fair price, good construction, movable
Cons: Small for serious work
Like any end-grain butcher block of decent quality, it has a firm, yet slightly yielding surface. This is by far the best kind of surface from your knives' perspective. For me, as something of a knife crazy, it's quite wonderful to work with a butcher block.
The size of the block has its ups and downs. On the one hand, it is large enough to do most kinds of work, and yet small enough to move around when necessary. On the other hand, board-surface real estate is at a premium: ingredients must be transferred to and from the board immediately.
From an aesthetic standpoint, the board is attractive enough to live on your countertop even if you have an open kitchen, though it's hardly a visual treat.
At this price, you can't do a whole lot better without a lot of searching. Personally, I'd rather have a considerably larger block, but most serious home cooks will find this an excellent surface at an honest price.