I know, right? The rental shop I blog for has a good relationship with Hive, so I hope to get a demo model down to do a video about it this summer. I use the Bee and Wasp all the time on shoots. For me, the 250W Bee has been more useful. With the new Wasp they provide plastic lenses to go over the PAR and the plastic melts and/or turns yellow, especially if you use a scrim on the light. The lenses are also kind of wonky - they don't quite work. I'm interested to see if they fixed that issue since a 1kW light will melt plastic pretty quick.
The other problem I commonly see is that their front protective glass cracks due to shock and vibration. It looks like they changed their "box" form factor, so hopefully they fixed the glass problem as well. It's not expensive or difficult to repair, but it's just a pain to have to do it.
The plasma lights don't have all the horrible color rendering problems HMI's do - at least the ones I've experienced. It looks like they even improved the spectrum on the new bulbs, so I look forward to testing that out as well. I like not having to melt the talent's skin off, unlike when I use tungsten to get good color rendering.