@espiegel123 - Sorry about my delay. I have been ultra busy with work and some other projects I am working on, so I haven’t had a chance to get on here for more than like 5 mins since you messaged me.
Anyway, personally, I absolutely think it is awesome; the capabilities and sounds coming out of this little box are superb and a whole lot of fun for sonic experimentation (the best thing is that I think it has an internally protected circuit to protect dumb noobs like me from myself lol - Korg mentions in the manual that there’s really no wrong way to connect it, and so sources can mistakenly be plugged into sources while learning, (I personally did this when I first got it) and it comes out no worse when you realize your mistake), so for what it is and the price point really can’t be beat as far as hardware, IMO.
I mean, the built in speaker is a bit crunchy, but it is good enough to give you a good idea of what you are building. When I have a cool patch I wanna sample for a project, I plug mine into my PreSonus Eris 3.5 monitors, and that makes it sound great. If you have monitors or an aux input on a better set of speakers or something like that (MacBook mic input perhaps?) you will get much better sound out of it. I am working on putting a short but demonstrative approach to what it can do. I will share it when I finish it.