I'm a commuter who bought the Torque1 for use in Boston six months ago. It has been terrific for me. The torque control is really well tuned - three modes of assist are nicely spread and will accommodate any commuting attitude from "just get me there" to "I could use a little help on the steep hills.".
Simple to put together. One important thing to keep in mind is that you have to keep your feet off the pedals when turning on the control box, or it will mis-calibrate and function poorly until turned off and on again correctly. These instructions are in the manual, but I didn't read that detail. Technical support at Scoozy was quick and clever.
Looks good and does not scream e-bike.
I like that it has as few adjustments as possible. One gear. No shock absorbers. Crisp and powerful disc brakes. I added fenders and a rack. It does take potholes hard, but regular six mile commutes between train and company HQ are a pleasure.