It's definitely ugly, but it has several great features, with a couple of flaws.
The bottom chamber, in-line design is great. I've wondered for years why it wasn't offered by anyone (except Mateba, which was ridiculously expensive).
The convoluted nature of the firing mechanism in order to present a stubby cocking spur is just wasteful. Better to skip the cocking spur (it's not the hammer, just connected to the hammer), and make a nice sleek snag-free shrouded design.
I like the flat sides on the cylinder, but overall the gun could do with some rounding; drop that useless cocking spur, give the whole thing a good meltdown treatment, and line up some holster makers as partners.