Very easy to use, the bundled software is good, but don't have many advanced options. The printer is ready to use, but I recommend at least 2 upgrades: Full metal hotend with chrome-plated nozzle and CNC machined lever from Microswiss. With first, I see a very good upgrade on the quality and finish of PLA and PETG, and the second is to avoid the problem with the plastic lever, who tends to bend after some time due to temperature.
I actually am trying a hotbed on this printer, but all my prints before are using the stock bed, which is not heated. With PLA there is near to nothing warping ( need a good layer of glue ), and zero warpings with PETG, which is my favorite material with this printer now.
I don't know why, but after the last firmware upgrade my printer is able to reach a lot of high temperatures, and I successfully tested it up to 250 Celsius degrees. The temperature settings allow me to go up to 300 degrees, but I am afraid to go full up.
I really liked this printer, and only complains about the printed area which is limited to 140x140x140 mm. But for a beginner, it's a no brainer.
Another thing is the original spool holder, which is smaller than normal spools and only accepts up to 500g spools of Flashforge made filaments. But it is really easy-to-solve-problem: here on Pinshape you can find a lot of 3d printed spool holders for Finder, and choose which is better for you.