As has been noted in other reviews and is obvious from the pictures of the product itself, the Thrust is a very oddly shaped toy indeed. However, it's ergonomically shaped to fit your body. Or at least some people's bodies. I have a feeling it might not be shaped well for some. Obviously, I can't tell you if it'll work for you. There is only one way to find that out. I can see how the shape might confuse others, and I think it would've been a good idea for Jollies to provide an illustrated instructional booklet for those who find use awkward. It has a nice base which is harness compatible and is useful when thrusting solo. The base leads up to a pronounced curve bit that nestles against your clit or perineum and/or anus while inserted. This curves down and back to accommodate the first few inches of your vaginal opening. Then it curves forward and into a sort of knuckle (for lack of a better word) that is meant to stimulate the g-spot. What follow is a couple extra inches of toy that extends to the cervix.
It's 8 1/2 inches long with only 6 1/4 of them ideal for insertion. At 1 3/8 inches thick at its widest part, I find it's not too big and not too small. Some might say it's just right. I think the Thrust is a good fit for both beginners and advanced users. While I usually prefer fairly thick toys, I think the Thrust is sized perfectly for its intended use.
I love the fact that you can insert a bullet into the clitoral curve or you can crook your finger into the hole and use it as a handle. While not of compact size, I think the Thrust would be suitable for travel due to its flexible nature and its light weight. Given its odd look, you should be able to leave this out without worry of someone knowing what it is. I think it's too floppy to pass as a piece of art, but it shouldn't raise eyebrows apart from its odd shape. This is where you can get creative should you have to explain it away.