The first thing anyone will say is how much smaller this is than they think. It's roughly the size of a phablet, so is incredibly portable. Unboxing and set up is really easy, although wish the nice braided USB power cable was longer - it can make it difficult to charge in certain circumstances. Loading up with the sheets of Zink paper is really easy too, but wish it held more then one pack at a time. Pairing up to a phone via the Sprocket app is simple and straightforward, and includes added bonuses of all those Instagram-esque frames and additions that you can add to your pics. I was slightly worried that anyone else wanting to print photos would all have to download the app, but sending any photos to the printer without the app and via Bluetooth is just as easy, so family and friends can also print off their own prints without having to constantly ask you to do it. I'd say I'm happy with the quality of the prints that come out so far. I guess a level of expectation needs to come with this - they're small prints, I'd say not designed for long lasting prints like you might print and put in a decent frame, maybe more for that fun, almost disposable type prints. It's definitely one for the kids too - all the kids that've seen it in action love waiting to see what is being printed, and, as they're small prints they seem perfect for little hands! The only downside for me is the battery life, which, if printing a lot in the space of, say, an hour at a party, will see it nearly conked out. Leaving it plugged in sorts this, but, as a printer sold as being portable it would've been nice to see a larger capacity battery inside. So so far I'd say my experiences have been favourable for the Sprocket Plus. Compared to something like a Polaroid Snap, which for me doesn't produce great prints and is sluggish, this is far and away superior, and it's good that it leverages the quality of your phone camera to produce better photo prints.