After a lot of scary research I’m still tempted to get one. I get that it’s not for beginners and probably only something for tinkers and companies working on new prototypes and people loving the concept... I see myself as advanced guy who joined the 3D printing world 1.5 years ago but who has some advanced knowledge ... I’m positive that my first impression won’t be similar to the strange video I saw on YouTube My first printer was a prusa because I wanted a stable quality and a good device for beginners where I don’t need to take care of anything else except assembling and YEA... it worked great for me. It was definitely the best decision, then I got addicted and got more printers which weren’t that noob friendly and where I had to take care of more stuff then with the prusa where I could literally trust everything in combination with prusa sliver and the predefined slicer profiles. Even if I have 2 printers with a MMU unit, I’m unfortunately not that happy with the MMU2s and am seeking for an alternative for multi material prints and I have 2 possible alternatives on my radar... Toolchanger and the Raise3D E2 The raise seems to be more of a “plug and play device “ and while it has advantages over the toolchanger, I’m really impressed with the possibilities the tool changer provides, but I’m also scared that it’s even probably too complicated for me. I’ve been watching the project for the last 4 months and while it was quite hyped in the past, it’s quite silent right now( which isn’t a bad thing at all) and there are still a lot of people posting their videos and experience on Twitter, it’s still strange that there weren’t some groundbreaking new setups... TBH I expected some mind freaking setups and ideas since it got out of beta.. Sooo, dear people with one. Should I keep myself away from it today and get back later or will it take some time but I’ll be happy with it after few months of tinkering?