I wanted an all-laminate instrument for playing outdoors and bought an Islander A-SC-4 super concert (concert body, tenor neck) and I have to say I love this thing. I like the size, scale and nut width (38mm, 29.5 mm string spacing), although, as a beginner, it does make it slightly harder to fret two strings with one finger (especially if it is the G or C string because of the reach). I can manage a two finger D chord (2220) on a concert or soprano, but it's 3 fingers on this. (Yes, I have largish hands for a woman.) That is just a time and practice adjustment, I think. We'll see.
I also had it strung with the Aquila Low G Nylagut wound string and I have to say I love that, too. My favorite uke, for tone, is still the Ohana CK-38 (low G, unwound fluorocarbon strings), but I am impressed with this relatively inexpensive all-lam ukulele. It's nice to have an instrument that can just sit on the wall next to me at 28% RH, without being in a humidified case.