My very first ukulele was a concert Fluke. I originally bought it mostly for the cool look, and loved being able to stand it up on it’s own anywhere. In time, I came to really appreciate how great a ukulele it really was. I had an opportunity to play a friend’s soprano Flea several years ago. It had a very similar type of sound as the Fluke. Both models are easy to play. But, personally, I prefer the look, size, and sound of the Fluke. The string tension on my Fluke was slightly higher (which worked better for me), likely due to different strings and the two different scales. I found the Fluke a bit easier to hold, partly because of it’s shape, and partly because it was a bit bigger in overall size, so there’s just more of it to hang onto. Both models have slippery backs, so you will benefit greatly if you attach a strap. If straps are not your thing, a large piece of grippy shelf liner between you and the back of the ukulele will help stabilize it somewhat.