I don't own one, but I researched them quite a bit - they seem nice - if they have dropped the pinless bridges and gone with conventional pinned bridges, that is a step ahead... :-)
I have the LAG T400 12-string jumbo:
nice guitar and, in my opinion, the best sounding 12-string in this price range (unplugged and amplified). Mine has the conventional pinned bridge and I actually prefer that since these bridges usually are less prone to lifting.
Been mostly strumming, but trying to get into fingerpicking. The guitar has a low action which makes it easy to strum, but takes some getting used to when fingerpicking. I usually use 6-strings for fingerpicking and have a bit higher action on these, but such higher action on a 12-string might maybe make it very hard to play, so I am not sure if this is a valid criticism of LAG and action is of course possible to change.
There is now a review in the latest issue: