I have been doing a lot of reading on this trackpad, watching review videos, and decided to go ahead and pull the trigger on getting this. I was using a Logitech MX Master wireless mouse and loved it. I have had trouble with other mice being to small for my hand and having wrist pain because of this. The Logitech cured this issue but I have been logging some long hours on the MacBook Pro every day with the new office job and really wanted to take advantage of all the time saving and efficient gestures offered on the trackpad. I have been using the trackpad for almost a week now for roughly 6-7 hours each day and I have to admit, it certainly took some getting used to, especially with the force touch. I had to tweak the click settings but after getting some time logged using it, it has become quite easy to figure out. From what I have seen, this has been the biggest issue people complain about, the click and force touch setting. Trust me, once you tweak the setting that works best for you and get some time on it, clicking and dragging is no problem.
The other big advantage to this is the rechargeable battery. After a week of use, I am sitting around 90% battery left. I am pretty happy with the battery life on this. Of course, time will tell how well and how long the battery will continue to hold its charge.
Lastly, lets talk comfort. So, after a long week, I have been experiencing a little discomfort with using this. It could be due to the fact that it is a new position for me and the position of the trackpad. This trackpad does sit at a shallower angle than the previous generation trackpad. Overall, I think I will get used to it and it won't be a comfort issue. Hope this review answers some questions I know I had when I was looking. Cheers!