It's a workhorse with a decent build volume and print quality.
Sometimes referred as the Honda Civic of 3D printers, this machine just works and gets the job done. Paired with Simplify3D, the print quality can be pretty decent. The dual extruder isn't the best on the market, but it is a direct drive MK8 style extruder system, which can handle composite materials, TPU flexible filaments and more. It's heavy, clunky and loud, but it's has some nice built-in features like z-pause, filament change during prints and allows you to print via SD card (lets you choose files inside folders, thats nice). OctoPrint still doesn't have native support, but it does work well with AstroPrint for wireless 3D printing. The heated bed is nice and doesn't require a lot of leveling – set it once and you should be good a multitude of prints. It ships with an acrylic hood and cover which helps keep the heat inside the printer, which is ideal for printing things like ABS. The price has recently been lowered and overall is a great value.