I've assembled a cube in that configuration:
- Turned really smoothly
- Never popped
- Jammed during finger tricks
- Felt light, hollow, and bulky
I didn't particularly like it.
I'd strongly recommend a store-bought Rubik's Cube manufactured in China around 2005-2006.
Store-bought feel a lot sturdier, never pop, turn smoothly, and don't jam. You've to sand it, lube it, and take care of it first though! The only downside, is that if you abuse the cube then you wont be able to fix the tension. Rubik's DIY Cubes are better suited for this, but I found them to be a lot more difficult to assemble properly. I could never get the tension right.
Search some websites for some top speedcubers and see what they're using. Don't buy every new no-name-brand DIY that hits the market because a bunch of cubers proclaim it the best! You'll end up wasting thousands of dollars that way. It might not seem expensive, $8-15 here and there but it adds up!