I had casually been looking into 3D printers for the last year or two, but not with much intension of buying one until recently when seeing all the various Model 3 things popping up... so finally jumped in and ordered a Creality3D Ender 3. It went together pretty easily (about an hour one night after work this week) and had it spit out its first print this morning! after seeing posts/videos of initial prints being all sorts of a mess, I expected to see that out of it. But, while not perfect, it is way better than I was expecting. I had shopped around looking at various sub $200 printers and went with the Creality since based on reviews appeared to be the most ready to use without needing to swap out parts. it comes with a proper power supply (switched and grounded), has a bowden extruder that I would prefer and doesn't 'need' to have much done to it to perform decently well. Only issue I've noticed with it is one of the wheels (or it's bearing) feels like it has a flat spot that when manually sliding the build plate you can feel a kink, but it does not seem like it has impacted its operation. I will get some replacement wheels though. I also ordered motor dampers with the printer based on some reviews suggestions, but haven't yet installed them. It is pretty quiet as is, so not sure I will bother putting them on, at least for now.