I have this machine except with 4 GB of RAM, a 7200 rpm 500 GB HD and no Blu-Ray and I must say I'm quite satisfied with it. Woot's model has a 5400 rpm hard disk, so you can expect a slight loss in performance when loading and copying large files; I'd upgrade it to a 7200 rpm model so as not to slow down the system as a whole.
The processor is blazing fast and does get blazing hot at times, so beware of that if you like to use the computer on your lap; you're better off using it on a desk with a cooling plate. The screen in this thing is otterific, although not the 1080i you'd want for Blu-Ray, with crystal clear images, bright light and plenty of work space. Though not too portable, it actually seems lighter than the 17" HP DV8000 I owned previously, and can be carried in a Targus backpack that looks (and is) huge. Also huge is the AC adapter, about the size of a small brick at 120W, which makes my friends' 14" or 15" powerpacks look like children toys.
You absolutely must listen to the sound on this thing to believe just how loud it gets for a laptop, all while keeping a decent sound quality with the subwoofer. The internal stereo mic is great for voice calls and IDT audio config can very effectively cancel background noise and echo.
The greatest downside for me is the glossy finish, which gets first slippery and then sticky with any palm sweat, just like fancy mobiles. If you can live with constantly cleaning your own grease, it's not too bad, though.
All in all, I'd give my machine a solid 9, the 10 not being achieved due to the glossy finish and high temperatures (which some have said could even melt parts of the video sub-system and render the computer useless; Everest tells me the GPU diode gets to 75C (167F) when running full screen video or games).