Not well, because I still don't really know what they stand for. It's really irrelevant though, just PR in most cases. What really matters is the environment and you can sort of get what you stand for through it. I thought most people were nice, but it's not your usual crowd. Let me try to give you some perspective:
I came across two employees around my age, who were having a conversation about future opportunities. One person seemed strained. He couldn't decide if he wanted to go to graduate school at Oxford University or MIT.
So like this isn't a 1rst world problem. This is a .0000001% world problem. I couldn't relate. I imagine most people woudn't be able to as well.
You could also hear a pin drop. Just people typing away at their computers with the occasional 2 minute conversation in the hallway. On top of everyone being really smart, everyone is really hard working. I thought that was respectable, but I know for a fact that this type of environment just isn't for everyone. Like some people may go nuts.