I am new to 3D printing, but have a daughter and son-in-law who are avid hobbyists. They took me to MRRF in March 2018 to see the wide variety of printers. After looking at dozens of designs, I found the SeeMeCNC booth, and was impressed by the quality and cleverness of their designs, the knowledge of their staff, and after a brief internet search by their reputation. So I purchased a Rostock Max V3.2 kit. After three weeks, I am very glad that I did.
Being my first attempt at this equipment, I was a little confused at first with which build guide to use, as the guides for the previous versions were still available on the site. Once I got that worked out, the assembly was fairly easy, though time consuming. I did delegate the soldering of the hot bed to my son-in-law, as my skills in that area are crude to say the least. He and his cousin not only did the soldering, but finished up the last assembly steps, commissioned the printer, and then did several "test prints" just to make sure it was set up correctly. My son-in-law was so impressed with it that he has ordered one for himself.
The V3.2 now comes with a Duet3D Wireless board instead of the Rambo of the previous units. It works very well. After a brief setup of the wireless settings with a USB cable, you can do everything over wireless from then on. This has proven handy for me as the best place for the printer was on the other side of my office from my pc. No cables stretching around corners or across the floor. The web based GUI is laid out well, provides lots of information, and seems to cover everything that is needed. You can leave the micro SD card in its slot, and upload files to it wirelessly. I have had no problems with the interface or the printer during the two weeks of nearly non-stop printing.
The build volume is one of the main reasons that I went with this printer. My wife agreed to let me buy a printer if I made some vases and lamps for her. The Rostock is a delta with a build volume that is over 10" in diameter by 15" tall, so you can do a lot with it.
The other main reason that I bought this unit is that they are designed and built in Ligonier, Indiana, about an hour from my home. Although I doubt that I will need it, the one year warrantee was a key factor as well.
I highly recommend the SeeMeCNC Rostock Max V3.2 to hobbyists. For professional printers or commercial use, SeeMeCNC has a more rugged unit in the Artemus 300.