I was surprised to see that this product had relatively low-scoring reviews, until I read through them. It's clear to me that many of the reviewers here are not people who use foundation or put much thought into it. Bottom line: this is a very nice, light-to-medium coverage formula. The texture is creamy, which results in a product that's forgiving to skin texture issues such as large pores or flaky areas--it does NOT mean it feels heavy or looks cakey on the face. It has a satin, skin-like finish. If you're combination or oily, you will want to set it with powder. It will not cover spots or rosacea on its own, but that's why God invented concealers.
Becca also makes one of the best shade ranges I've found, because they pay attention to undertones. Pale girls like me who find that the lightest shades in a range are too pink will be happy with Becca's paler shades (I wear Shell, as a fair, warm, olive complexion). They also produce a variety of undertones for darker skins, something that's patgetically overlooked in many brands.
I've owned dozens of mid to high-end foundations in the past twenty years, and this is one of my top. I find myself reaching for this most days over my luxury-brand base products and plan on repurchasing indefinitely.