First of all, Godin is an outstanding brand. And especially when you figure in what you're getting for what you are spending, Godin is a no-lose buy. I like how they've changed the shape of the body up a little bit on the guitar, and that is really one of the calling cards of Godin. They do that a lot. Some people would hate that, others would love it, it's an aesthetic thing which you have to decide about yourself.
It's got the old school bridge and saddles thing going, and that is again something where a body has to decide. Some people think of the modern Tele bridge and saddle configuration as superior, especially intonation wise, others want the traditional hardware.
Me personally, I've always liked the humbucker in the rhythm position, as it allows for a Tele to have a more hard rock or heavy blues capability. That's a Seymour Duncan pickup at the rhythm position, and I just can't criticize Seymour Duncan products, ever.
Over a thousand dollars for a Godin lets you know the guitar is one where they're going further than typical for appointments and construction.
Music Radar has a pretty substantial page about that exact guitar. I'm betting it is comparable to a Fender USA model of similar specs. The only drawback is you don't get a hard case to put it in.