He's beautiful! Reminds me of a wonderful Paint I had some years back. Nice and stocky and compact.
The only "flaws" I spot are that his front right hoof appears a little upright. It could be slightly clubby or the farrier left the heal too high, or maybe it's just my perception because in the top photo it doesn't show. He also toes out with both front and hind legs. But those aren't fatal flaws, just imperfections. He really is stunning. A few minor leg flaws, but his body is close to perfect for what I personally like in a stock horse.