I'm late to the thread but I bought one at the beginning of the pandemic for playing at home while my wife is working and late at night and so on.
It's pricey for what it is but it's probably one of the best/most useful pieces of gear I've bought in my life. I wouldn't jam/gig with it but it's fantastic for playing/recording at home. The headphones output is a real work of art.
I just really like the simplicity of it. I needed an amp sim but I refused to go menu diving, and this thing is perfect for that.
The "room" feature is interesting and makes it feel like you're in a room with an amp but it's not much of an effect.
One thing it does remarkably well is handle different kinds of gain going into it. All kinds of overdrive, distortion, and fuzz sound "right". Like when I plug my fuzz face into the marshall setting, it sounds like a real marshall being overdriven by a fuzz face.
Overall it's an A. It's quite simple and expensive but it's great at what it does.