The Finder is a really great printer for someone with no prior printing experience as getting the Finder up and running is really easy and effortless. After getting it the whole process of setting it up only took no more than 10-20 minutes and i was already making things on my own with no previous experience. Calibrating the build plate happens from easy to use software build into the finder making it really effortless.
Print quality is hard to review, as it mainly depends on the settings used and you can get a really fine detail if you just go slow enough. Getting prints to stick onto the actual build plate itself has been quite a journey, but after using rafts on almost every build there has been almost zero issues. Overall build quality has been rather great and i haven't had any complaints.
The finder comes with its own compartment for a filament spool that not many other printers have, but sadly it only fits 750g? spools. with a basic 1kg spools you have to try and make your own stand to feed the filament from which is rather sad as they could had made the enclosure an inch wider to fit larger spools, but its still nice feature.
Noise level is decent. Getting into 3D printing i was worried that its going to be just really loud and keep everyone awake at nights, but with the Finder i have been able to run it day and night with no problem (The noise is similar to a desktop computer with a noisy fan)
With the price tag i paid for this (399€) and a 2 year warranty, i could not be more pleased with the results.