As @InStacks correctly said, I tend not to post links for client sites, because I don’t know if they might object for any reason. I am using Volt quite a bit though and just finishing up a site now for a B&B hotel, complete with online booking.
A big plus point I have found is that I can simply produce a short demo video lasting a few minutes showing how I edit their actual site, so they can see how text or images are changed, plus the options for adding custom classes through the properties. That’s usually all the help they need and there are no headaches with plugin updates etc.
As a little power tip, it’s a good practice to label editable areas with the appropriate text types that should be used in an area e.g H4 or Paragraph to maintain styling and Seo. You can do the same with images stipulating sizes and image proportions if you wish.
Perhaps the best use of Volt was a job last year where I built a Volt template in Blocs that the client accepted and was then able to add text and images on a draft domain. When that was complete the site was easily migrated to another domain and I was able to start again with the next site. This process was repeated 12 times and after a bit of practice I was able to turnaround sites in about 2 hours each. That made it highly productive and profitable.
I haven’t yet used the blog part on a site and I need to give that a try.