When the guy in the video turns the pieces in many directions, it means that there is only one correct orientation, I had to do a bit of disassembly/reassembly due to that, but that leaves you more knowledgeable about the printer. Maybe the video could do with something different from a white background.
Do not be distracted by no wiring video, everything about that is in a clear PDF document. In case of wiring mistake be ready to pull the plug. (In my case the end-stop connectors, but didn't break anything).
Needs patience to adjust.
A good hobby machine to grasp 3d printing at a reasonable price.
PLA easier to start with. Bed 50° / filament 200° giving good results for me.
This is a complete kit with everything you need. It is very well packed as the box we received had a big gouge in it, but there wasn't any damage to the components. It took a good day to put together following the video instructions and you have to carefully watch the orientation the parts as it is easy to get some the wrong way round.
The wiring is shown on a PDF file as the step is skipped in the videos. Think the PCB for the display could use a little more support, due to it having the button, which we quickly printed, once it was up and running. Being a kit a little bit of tweaking, adjusting and patience is required to get good prints, but it is not impossible.
Think it is a very nice kit and very good value for the money.
Build of the printer is easy when following instruction videos, it took me 3 evenings (approx. 8 hours total) to build it and work ok. Calibration is a important job to get good results, more help on that would be nice, I used Youtube instructions on "bed leveling Prusa i3" for it.
A sturdy and flat surface is needed for the printer for the best results.
The delivered software is complete and easy to use.
A great printer to start with 3D printing , next step is design my own printer!