Ender-3 V3 SE - How times changed

Ok, as mentioned elsewhere I'm not really new to 3D printing.

With my old Ender-3 was tortured for 3 years and I got used to the idea that for each day of printing you have an hour of fixing....

But obviously times changed. 

And this becomes quite clear when I look at my Ender-3 V3 SE. All the extras I added to my old E3 like bed leveling direct drive extruder are included in that <€200 machine. It even comes with an automatic Z-offset sensor. Wow.

From cutting the box open until the first 3DBenchy was completed in less than 2 hours. Screwing everything together, some wires plugged in, power and bet leveling (automatic) took me roughly 35 minutes. And without any fine tuning the very first print, said 3DBenchy, came out quite good.

Is the printer perfect? No, it isn't. There's still room for improvement (linear rail, a gauntry support) for the hardware.

And in regards to the software: If it wasn't for the missing activated pressure advance, I would have been happy. 

BUT: PA isn't enabled, and compiling Marlin isn't an option since Creatlity doesn't provide the source code they used. A clear violation of the GPL....

So I switched to Klipper instead