What can be said about a handlebar? It holds your controls in place and gives you a place to put your hands, preferably in such a way that your hands, wrists, elbows and shoulders don't get aggravated. I suppose some folks are concerned with how much it weighs, but not me.
I've had a Groovy Luv Handlebar for about four years now and I have absolutely nothing bad to say about it. Countless numbers of bars preceded this one. Some of them were too flexible (a very wide ti bar with a shim), some were the wrong angle for me, some were too narrow, others didn't have enough room on the straight section for me to setup my controls how I like them.
I've written before that the highest praise I can give to something is when I don't think about it at all. Rody's bar ticks all the boxes for me. It's the perfect width, there's plenty of room to push my brake levers way in (one finger braking), it's not too soft and I feel connected to the trail, it looks badass (though looks aren't ever a priority when I choose a handlebar) and best of all, once I found the correct tilt angle they're the most comfortable sweep angle I've ever tried.
It took a few rides to dial in the angle and I found that for me, flat is best. I have issues with nearly every joint in my body. WRT a handlebar, some leftover issues thanks to a broken scaphoid and a shoulder separation and torn labrum that didn't heal quite right made it rough for me when I was using a normalish 7-9* sweep bar. Rody's bars are roughly 20* and they're perfect for me.
Would absolutely recommend.