The only point where I could actually taste the chorizo was when I took the meat out, and ate it with nothing else (in hindsight, I should have asked for a burrito with only meat). The chorizo was spicy, spicier than anything I've tried at Chipotle, but you know, still not that spicy. It was due to the paprika, and overall it was a fine, if not overwhelming shot at hitting chorizo on a fast-casual scale.
Overall, it is good. But it kind of blends in with the burrito, it's almost as if it feels like it doesn't belong there -- like that guy who gets stood up at the bar by his friends, but still wants to drink, so he walks around aimlessly in the crowd with his cellphone out, randomly looking at Facebook and pretending to text a person that isn't really there. But inside, if you get to know him, he's a nice and totally not-weird guy.
That's what Chipotle's chorizo is like. My recommendation? Ask them to scoop it right into your hand. You never know.