I wanted one of these turntables when first announced by my enthusiasm waned when they handled their delays poorly. Then on Xmas am Santa Wife put one under the tree.
The good- If you like the look of SONOS you will love this. I got the white one and the look and finish is amazing.
The OK-Software setup is still in beta so not flawless but did work. Once you use their software to connect to the wifi network, you only use the SONOS app from there on. When you set the needle on the record it takes a second or two for sound to come out so it's weird to use a turntable with a delay. Pretty sure I will get use to that but now it's annoying.
The Bad. The motor is not totally quiet. Not loud but you can hear it when you are close to the turntable. No way to adjust the speed as the belt stretches as it gets older. No light on the turntable. No 45rpm spindle. And there is no reason they couldn't have added phono outputs. As well the sound from the turntable is much lower than other inputs so when you turn on the TV the sound is crazy loud. And as near as I can tell, there is no way to adjust the input.
That said, it's a good turntable in a great package. I blame a lot of this on SONOS though. There is no reason they can't have an aux only input for $99 that allows me to connect any turntable instead of the connect that is very over priced.
Would I buy the TRNTBL again? Probably not but I wouldn't turn it down for free.