This bike is fantastic for a taller person who wants a quiver-of-one bike to do everything at a good price. Ride All-Mountain and Enduro to your hearts content, and survive the occasional DH lap or extended XC ride...
In excellent running shape. Shifting is crisp, suspension bushings, bottom bracket, and hubs are tight with no play at all. Just had the fork serviced at Tantrum with seals and oil replaced. Rear shock in great shape with a service last year. Brake are powerful and good to go. Fresh rubber last year. Suspension seat post work with no play in ti. A bunch of new parts over the couple years I've had it.
Fox Talus 29 fork
Fox Float RP23 rear shock
Easton Havoc Wheels
Maxxis Minion DHF 29x2.5 Front
Maxxis High Roller II 29x2.3 Rear
SRAM X9 rear shifter and derailleur
1x10 gearing. Band new NSB 28T front ring x 36T rear gearing
Chain and cassette both newish at 70%
MRP Chain guide
Avid Elixir brakes
SRAM XO cranks
X-Fusion Hilo 125 dropper post
RaceFace Affect handlebars and Stem
Raceface 32T front chain ring - also very new
Banshee solid seat post - if you don't like the dropper
Extra SRAM XO rear derailleur
2x10 set up with front derailleur - if you want to go back to that
Bashee flip chips for adjusting geometry
Extra inner tube
Honestly this bike is in really great shape. The only real issue is the front fork has some wear on the stanchions that means you will need to ensure you have the seals and oil serviced at least once a year so it doesn't continue to wear. With that issue the Talus feature (adjustable travel) in the front fork is not working, but the compression, rebound, and lockout are unaffected so basically the fork does everything it's supposed to do for riding.