Assembly was easy with the video and I finished in 6 hours. Just a couple things near the end seemed to be skipped, like attaching the rest of the belts and some wiring, although the wiring is shown more clearly in a separate diagram included. I also had some extra, unused parts but the printer seems to be working fine.
For Macs- the software included has instructions for windows, so I had to download it for free on the internet.
Print quality so far seems very good and I believe it will be excellent the more I can tweak it. I've been very impressed with its ability to print overhangs/ bridges across an open space.
One very minor thing is that the free SD card (8 GB) did not work, but I had an extra 512 MB card that works fine. I can't complain because I essentially got a much bigger memory card for free, and buying a small one that works costs almost nothing.
It was shipped well with nothing broken and was pretty easy to put together (could easily be done in 3-4 hours). The instructions were pretty clear except for the clear acrylic being printed on a white background. A couple of the parts can be easily installed backwards (or upside down) so I suggest dry fitting each step together before putting all the screw in.
The assembled printer works and I am getting pretty good prints. Out of the box the heat bed maxes out at 90 degrees Celsius so it does not reach the recommended 110 required for ABS and the 8gb SD card is too large to be recognized by the board so be ready to go and get a 4gb one (more than enough room for g-code slices).
If you want to see what is in the box or how the machine goes together check out my videos at www.youtube.com/AlansWay1 for an unboxing and the complete build process.