Yes, I meant to say that too, BDL - that it did what I would expect any decently sharp knife to do well.
Now, as to your other factors:
- susceptibility to chipping - no idea and I hope not to have to find out
- agility - nice and light and moves nicely for a blade of its size
- comfort - very comfortable, great handle (which is in theory, a bit irrelevant with a proper grip), great "hand-feel"
- weight - light but just right - I think it weighed in at about 140g, if I remember the scale correctly (could be 180, though...and I know that's a big difference...I just don't remember)
- quality of the workmanship - over the top great - it's truly wonderful to even look at, much less touch and hold
- profile - see any number of pictures and decide if you like it, I guess
- all the other stuff - depends what that entails for you
I have yet to sharpen it (it definitely won't be the first "good knife" that I have that I take to the stones), so I can't comment on its ability to take or hold an edge, which, arguably (even I have come to see this), is probably the most significant thing after simple comfort.