I've used the jacket for a few years now and it still holds up well. Even after numerous washings it is highly water repellent. No pilling either. The jacket is incredibly well-made. It's warm, and I like the hood. I'd call it wind resistant but not wind-proof. That's not a big deal though. During ascents it's highly breathable and on the summit it's easy to throw a shell over it.
There are a few things I'd change though:
The material in the handwarmer pockets is highly breathable and stretchy. Without a drawcord at the bottom hem that results in pockets that aren't all that warm, though that's not an issue when the bottom of your jacket is cinched closed by the hip belt of a pack. I also wished the pocket lining was sturdier: my keys have punched a few holes through it. I'd also prefer less stretchy and more wind-proof material for the chest pocket.
I wear glasses, so the integrated balaclava does not work for me. A simple buff is more versatile.
A cinch at the bottom hem would keep more heat in.
The pockets in the sleeves are (too) big and awkwardly shaped. Things get lost in there (keys) or fall sideways (pens), which limits motion. I rather have only one of these arm pockets and a second chest pocket.
Overall, it's still one of my go-to jackets during the cold season. I use it on day hikes or around the house. It's relatively heavy and bulky, so it does not replace my much lighter puffy on multi-day backpacking trips.