I purchased this radio after returning a Magicbox Kitchen Soft Touch radio, which was poor, and then failed. Although at the time the Sinfonie had no reviews on Amazon I believed that it was a low risk purchase as the supplier is Nevada. I have been a Nevada customer for many years and have had only positive experiences with them. The Sinfonie was purchased at Easter when there was a special offer at a very competitive price. In operation it has a far more sensitive receiver than the Magicbox (which was poor), the RDS works, and the audio quality is far better too. The controls are fairly positive in operation, unlike the Magicbox, and after a short read of the user manual is fairly simple to operate. All in all, far better than the Magicbox at a much lower price when purchased, and is a clear winner between these two. There may be better radios out there for the price, but I've not yet tried one.
I have a Pure Evoke 2 elsewhere in the house and the Sinfonie is comparable in performance.
One 'feature' noted in reviews on other websites is the radio not remembering the last tuned station when switched fully off (not using the standby) and then on again. It appears that the radio supposedly only remembers the last tuned station when put into standby. I've found that the Sinfonie WILL remember the last tuned station (if you do keep tuning around and not stay to the usual station) if you press the mode switch twice (going from DAB to FM and back again, or vice versa) before switching it off. It will then remember the last tuned stations on both DAB and FM. Not much of a process to do if this is important to you.
After having had the Sinfonie for two months, after the Magicbox only lasted two weeks, I can say I'm very happy with the purchase. Keep a look out for special offers. Nevada had an ex-demo model on their website not long ago for under £30 and special offers for new items at similar prices also arise from time to time.