I posted on these in my factory tour thread. Here are a few more photos:
As you can see, it's not a straight up Mark 6 clone. It's the Kenny G design, with a VI style LH pinky table and RH palm keys, with modern LH palm keys, a front F, and high F# & G keys.
I've put it through its paces over the last couple of days, with very surprising results. I've played Mark VI sopranos for a long time, so the LH keys are natural fit for me. It took a brief second to get used to the hybrid LH palm keys. The keywork is nice and tight, not too heavy like a lot of Chinese horns. It has a nice balance and feels solid in my hands. It plays in tune and I don't have to push the mouthpiece to the end of the cork either.
I've played two sessions so far, one using a Selmer Super Session, the other a Vandoren S35. I got a lot of compliments on the tone, and people who knew me were coming and asking about the new horn. Even my wife, who was not particularly happy about me walking in the door with more cases, made a point of telling me how much she actually liked the way it sounds. It doesn't feel like a VI, it's much easier to play. It's got a big sound with lots of authority. And did I say it plays in tune ...