Best modular frame hands down.
This frame is the pinacle of versatility. I wanted to find a bike that could replace my van dessel, country road bob and this frame definitely exceeded my expectations.
Great looking frame
I built a single speed commuter using this frame with some bull-horn handle-bars. The bike is great zipping through traffic and seems really sturdy. My favourite steed at the moment. Shipping only took a week to get here (to New Zealand), so no complaints! Customer service also prompt and helpful - would buy again.
Handles great, tons of tire clearance
I was looking for a steel gravel frameset that could be run as a singlespeed or geared 1x10. Either set-up is easy to do, and there's enough room in the horizontal drops to let you run different cogs without having to change the length of the chain. The biggest things for me are the ability to run huge tires (up to essentially a 29x1.8) and stability through the long wheelbase. Gravel descents aren't somewhere you want the bike to get squirrely, and the Quiver stays planted. Overall, the steel feels very forgiving, but also keeps the bike stiff enough for sprints. Usually, lower-cost steel is either really flexible or extremely stiff and uncomfortable, but they seem to have reached a good compromise. Only cons I can think of: using a 30.0mm seatpost clamp makes it difficult to find replacements, should you ever want to (a 31.8mm would have been better), and seeing as it can be used as a long-distance adventure bike with racks, a third set of bottle cage bosses under the downtube would have been handy, especially since you don't see them on many bikes. You can always clamp some on, but including them would have been nice. I'd also like to see a full carbon fork upgrade available for anyone wanting to shave weight off the front end. I can't comment on shipping, because I ordered mine during the port strikes/riots, so it got held up for awhile. However, emails were always answered very quickly, so I got that cleared up.
Solid and Functional
I purchased the Quiver frame set late in 2013. It arrived quickly and well packaged. I built it up as a light touring/commuting bike and it's been great. It made it down the Oregon Coast and into the Redwoods in 2014 without a problem. Nimble, but felt fine loaded down as well. The "Silver" paint job turned out to be much bluer than I expected, which I like. My only complaints are relatively small. The frame shows more nicks and marks than my other bike. I don't know if this is due to the paint job durability being poor or because it has a dark undercoat that shows through where the frame has been worn. I also find the removable derailleur hanger a pain to re-install after removing the rear wheel. The tension of the derailleur makes is difficult to line up with the dropouts, and the fact that the quick release spindle needs to be removed as well makes for a messy and sometimes frustrating process. That being said, I'm happy with the bike overall, happy with its durability and would recommend the Quiver to anyone looking for a solid versatile (and affordable!) frame.