I have, just the one - a 170ml Di Cao Qing
It is of course the studio flagship shape of Duo Qiu
I love the pot, it has a great feel, and the tea that comes out tastes great http://www.teachat.com/viewtopic.php?t=9129
This teachat topic discusses zisha clay, and Chen also shows a photo of one that may very well be similar to mine - [half hand made] - though they now have models in different sizes. I mainly drink alone at home so prefer some of my other Yixings between 100 to 140 ml.
I have perhaps 100 yixings, so my Chen pot has not been used enough to develop in a way that I could pass meaningful input to you.
In the above topic Chen describes how the clay has flecks of golden sand, if you look hard at her photo you can just discern some. With my pot you have to look even harder to find any golden flecks, but I am led to believe that if I use it constantly that they will become more evident.
Why not add a posting to the the above mentioned topic to solicit other Tea Chatters experiences with Shouzhen pots?
It is certainly a more suitable location than this sub forum.
Yixing enthusiasts are less likely to visit this thread.
I would not hesitate to buy at least 1 Shouzhen pot, it gives you a stake in the ground to compare with other Teachatters.