I bought the SeeYas LS in February, and have run 201 miles (as of this morning) in them.
The ground feel is more pronounced than in my KomodoSport LS, but after a while, it almost feels soft. They are super light, but the mesh material is a bit course. After several runs, my feet adapted fine. I also thought the mesh upper would make running in cold weather brutal. But, I have run without socks through snow and cold water, and my feet stayed suprisingly warm (or not cold, at least). In regular shoes, my feet would freeze.
The SeeYas LS are not the most comforable shoes on the skin, but that is only due to the lack of material, contributing to the weight. In other words, they don't feel like soft slippers.
The only two issues I've had are: 1) when I tie the laces too tight, it stresses my upper / outside tendons. When I keep the laces loose, the problem goes away. 2) The tread is not deep on these either (obviously), and I rubbed a small spot bare on the heal. So, I either dragged it accidently on the treadmill, or my form got lazy somewhere. Either way, it probably isn't the shoe's fault
I am very happy with the SeeYas. In fact, they have kind of ruined running in my other Vibrams. I have the Spyridon LS, and ran 12 miles in them one time...they seemed a little too thick and bulky compared to the SeeYas LS. But, this was road running, and the Spyridons are meant for the trail, I think. I would definitely recommend the SeeYas LS for road running! My longest run so far in them was 12 miles...feet felt a little sore afterwards, but this is likely due to only running in Vibrams since February.