I have never played an S470 nor do I know anyone who owns that axe so I can only give you my experience about its components.
Pickups: The Infinity pickups are getting a lot of **** recently. I personally don't notice a huge amount of difference between the PowerSounds and the Infinity pickups. The clean tone is a little varied but that's about it. I can't find any discernable improvement in the distorted tone. Not a great improvment considering that the Infinity pickups are manufactured by DiMarzio. They're not really bad just not what I was looking for. It's a personal preference in my opinion.
Zero Point Tremolo: The Zero Point tremolo is supposed to make life easier for the guy who is tuning these floating tremolo systems by consistently returning the tremolo to the centre point (or zero point if you wish). I have never used one of these but if it does work as it should it will make tuning the damn thing less of a pain. I'm not really a fan of this system but that's probably because I have become skilled enough at 'guessing' how much I need to adjust my Floyd Rose tremolo to get it to zero point once I tune it.
Neck: The Wizard II neck; the same as I have on my Ibanez RG370DX is wonderful to play. It is so smooth and playable that once you play these think necks you'll never want to play thick necks like the ones on B.C. Rich guitars ever again.
22 Jumbo Frets: Don't know if this is a problem for you but this would be a huge problem for me. I usually play stuff like Children of Bodom, Metallica and Megadeth whose songs often go upto the 24th fret. I would hate to improvise on those so 24 frets is essential for me. Not essential if you don't play that kind of music. But the Jumbo frets in either case make it a lot easier to fret the guitar neck.
My recommendation is play and listen to it before you buy.