Hard to tell from the pics, but he's built a lot like my Aires, who is also a paint/percheron cross (although Aires got the beautiful paint markings), at least through the body. Aires ended up with the big perchie head and almost dinner plate hooves, though.
Everyone who has seen Aires in person (the vet, the farrier, other boarders, etc) has said that he is a well-put-together horse who is about as level-headed as they come. He wasn't gelded until he was a 2yo (two weeks ago, actually) because the BO where I board, who sold him to me, didn't see a need to have it done yet since he wasn't acting studdy at all...at least not until I purchased him and started working with him.
Not sure how much the geld cost since it was included with my purchase of Aires and the vet did it for free because he had donated a free geld to the BO when he adopted the four PMU foals (of which Aires is one) in the first place.