I was hugely impressed with this juicer.
I've been put off using these in the past probably due to inferior models, but I would always find I needed a ton of fruit to get enough juice for a glass or two and the machine itself was a pain to clean. Neither of these are applicable to the Infinity Press.
Firstly, it looks great. The aesthetics of appliances I want to leave on the worktop matter to me, and this unit looks great. It's slightly on the big side (necessary) so it might not fit under cupboards but that's no big deal.
It doesn't take much to work out how to operate it. Instructions are there if you need them, but it's more or less common sense. Knowing which fruits/vegetables can and cannot go in whole is something you will find out with practice, but it didn't do mine any harm by putting whole foods in.
I won't go into the mechanics about how to unit operates, mainly because I don't fully understand it anyway, but the juice goes into one compartment and the waste goes into another. It makes for easy drinking if you don't like bits, but remember it's quite deceiving how little juice you will get out of some stuff so bear this in mind.
Cleaning is a doddle. Everything comes apart easily, which is quite refreshing as usually this isn't taken into account during the design stage.
I also have a Nutri-Bullet, and I did think I would continue using that and only use the juicer sporadically, but I have come to accept they both serve different purposes and thus use them equally.
I still believe its a waste to bin all the leftovers which this unit has extracted the juice from, as the Bullet uses everything, but if you are not a fan of this kind of thing but still want a good alternative to getting your five (or seven) a day, this is without doubt the best juicer currently available.