Like reel stands, here's another tough-to-love thing - double handle on spinning reel.
Ultimately, form has to follow function.
I arrived here from the counterbalanced handle with the spooky Vanquish - that sold me on double handles.
That Lowest-inertia reel turns with a breath, and stops dead with a thought - no other reel ever is like it (Shimano Soare is a close second on paper).
When you get your near-weightless and wind-resistant bait rig out as far as you can from the Arroyo dock and working it, if gravity makes the reel take up 6 inches of line, it changes your presentation and you have to adjust.
Most reels have the tendency to turn under gravity from the sum of individually small handle and rotor imbalance.
The double handle eliminates it, returning total control to you.
Also cool with the clear acrylic knobs (3-g/), you can see through to the handle guts, ball bearings and spindle, of course with a concave lens effect.
The gunmetal finish on the handle matches gunmetal trim on the reel, and of course the orange caps and through-thickness deep orange of the acrylic knobs match the orange anodize reel trim.
On this low speed reel, the 45 mm handle pitch is a decided improvement over the stock 50 mm handle.
40 mm would be even better, but not at the price of a Livre Wing 80.