Right, I've just received and unpacked my S32A, so these are strictly my first impressions. I'll post up some comparison pics with other models later today (hopefully).
On the whole, I'm pleased to report that I'm pleased.
First off, side by side this body is no taller than TBL's 'average' body so that concern can be put to bed. Isolated, it might seem
taller, but this is purely an optical illusion thanks to the longer legs, shorter arms and body and narrower shoulders. This body seems tall, but it is not skinny. I'd say this is an ideal body for characters in the 16-21 age range.
It's something of a Frankenstein's Model, as I predicted. The legs are
noticeably longer than usual, but not particularly shapely (less so than say an S18/19). The upper body is basically that of an S24/25, with less 'pneumatic' breasts. The torso is toned, defined but not overly-muscular. The narrow shoulders are a little too
narrow for my personal taste, and this jury is out on the arms - I'm still trying to decide if they seem too short, or not. The derriere is shapely without being overly-exaggerated. The upper and lower genital detail is surprising - I'd say that while sculpted differently the lower detailing is the most, erm, comprehensive since the S07/09. Oddly though there is no, um, 'second orifice' (I don't find that a problem myself but at the risk of seeming overly-interested, it just seems odd to explicitly detail one orifice and then not detail it's neighbour at all).
Happiest of all, I can report that the stiffness of movement (especially in the arms) that I found hampered each of the three S28/29 models in my collection is absent here. This body seems to be as flexible as usual, and more so at the neck and waist. I'm persuaded by this to buy yet another S28/29 (from GianToy this time) in a few months or so just to check that that first batch of those wasn't defective.
Over all, I'm happy with this, and I will definitely purchase at least an S33B and perhaps more of each.