The unit works , displays and adequate image on screen to create a home cinema evening without the fear of the bulb blowing at any point, or one of the kids moving/dropping it and breaking it. I was impressed at how small and how many different input types it accepted. However, for the money we paid:
1 it should have come with the little adjustable stand, not an extra, as Its almost useless without the stand.
2 it has no keystone correction, so you have to line it up as straight as possible.
3 it can play back movies from the SD card, but don't count on it. They either play slightly jittery or not at all. I think photos or presentations are more successful from the card.
4 The fan is relatively noisy, but turns off if you accept half brightness.
in summary, if want to travel to remote parts of Kenya to do presentations about the benefits of birth control - yes, buy one.
If you want a more reliable, robust home cinema projector, then think carefully. Maybe a cheaper 'normal' one that you buy spare bulbs for might be a better option.