For less money you could get more board in a Behringer X32. People can say what they will about Behringer but I think if you put those two boards side by side and ignored the name but compare features and sound, I think most would pick the X32.
Tons of I/O, apps for editing and control, built-in 2 track USB stick recording. 32ch i/o to PC, save all your shows an venues, some nice built-in FX, DCAs, huge color display with an RTA, lots of color coded buttons so you see at a glance what you have going on.
Some good knowledgeable people on the forum too and especially a couple guys that have made some nice free apps.... plus it's a control surface for DAWs like Reaper... I guess it will do PT as well.
I bought one and had previously had an 01V96v2... the 01V96 is not even close. I had all my mics and and stuff hooked up, made a bunch of cables, was getting ready to connect it to Reaper, had it connected to my Router via cat5 and BANG!!! lightening strike. Took out all my network stuff and the board.
It's not real heavy, but not as easily portable as that FS1, but way more expandable. You should check out YTube there are a ton of vids and it seems like every time I turn around, another band is using one for something.
It also seems way more intuitive to me than Yamaha as well.
ETA: ,, and I should say my opinion is from the home recording music addiction point of view and not pro. But I would recommend it to any young band on a budget and plans to grow.... just don't let it get struck by lightening otherwise it has a 3 year warranty.