After the first one having to be return (clock was loosing 5 minutes every 24hours) so here I am with number 2 and whilst I think most things have been covered with more eloquently than I could ever but here goes. The ‘problem’ about the very small multi function buttons (the reason it’s only reason why it’s 4 stars) yes they’re small but once you get to know which one to push in which sequence it is possible for the user to set up the way they need and leave the other functions until they’re more awake. So they’re not as bad as they could be but they are a fath Other users complain about the DAB radio performance, yes the receiver is a little deaf but if found that once you’ve plugged in a external source cable and a cable for charging your phone or whatever, it does improve the reception but it is still very prone to ‘body capacitance’ effect so its a case of tuning in then going to the place where you’re normally going to be and see how it performs then seeing how it performs then tweak (move the cables) if needed. Bluetooth connection is good, if low volume, and aggressively connects to whichever device it is set up for when within range, unlike some where you have to manually connect every time. Light is reasonable, if your remember the button push, is easily adjusted. Can’t state anything about how it’s helping me with SAD or the like as it’s the wrong time of year but it is as good as the Pure Twilight which it is replacing (because the DAB radio did go faulty) Alarm, it’s an alarm, easy to use with either a daily or weekly settings, if you can get around the button pushing. So all in all I’m happy with this product, but I have to button through various differing menus at work so am not averse to push a button just to see what happens. For those who aren’t used to multiple button pushing then I would suggest some other product, but I couldn’t find anything which had the connectivity.