Hype page: https://mpminidelta.monoprice.com/ Resource Wiki: https://mpminidelta.com/ Review on Hackaday: https://hackaday.com/2017/08/21/monoprice-mini-delta-review/ Very boring review video by one of the beta testers: PETG Baby Groot that I printed at .1mm layers and 100mm/s Naturally, the infamous PETG stringing is present, but I can scrape the bumps off with my fingernail and the strings come with them. So far, so good. My only failure so far was due to a flat segment in the spool of filament I was using. I'll post updates as I print things with this machine and answer any questions I can if anyone has any. Oh yes, the price for me was $160 on Indiegogo when pre-ordering it (including shipping). Rumors are that it's supposed to stay at or around that price when Monoprice updates their product listing to actually show up. You'll notice the beta tester above paid $170, but I don't know if that included their shipping or if the beta testers paid more. The printer will be available at this link when the listing goes live on their website: http://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=21666 Right now that link will just take you to the Monoprice.com front page because they aren't stocked up/ready to open general orders, but supposedly it will open up in the second half of November. Whenever it does become available, I highly recommend it to anyone that wants a cheap backup printer to print spare parts for their larger machines and/or who makes a lot of things that fit in it's build area that would free up the bigger machines you own to print bigger things. This thing is fast. I cannot emphasis this enough. That baby groot I posted above was barely making the steppers whine (as I said in the Shoutbox, this thing is quieter than the laser printer next to the delta in the background of the groot pic). Other people in the FB group report printing at 250mm/s speeds with no issues other than the machine finally getting noisy. The only cautionary tale for this machine is that the SD card that ships with it is crap. Buy an 8GB standard speed microSD card. One of the cheap Kingstons or something and format it Fat32 with the smallest cluster settings your formatting tool will allow (the explanation for this would take a lot of text to explain, but the testers found that using the smallest clusters when formatting seemed to eliminate corrupt files on the really cheap cards).