There is something of a learning curve in getting it set up just right, and the resin isn't cheap (although probably not much more than the FDM filament on a volume basis). We probably had a dozen failed prints until we got leveling /zeroing and proper placement of supports on the models figured out, but I think you will like it. We love ours. The level of detailmpossible is only really limited by what you can build into a 3D model.Haven't looked into 3d printing news for quite a bit, sure glad that plausible SLA models are now in 3 digit range.
I think I'm going to go for that photon...
One thing, though: there is a distinct burned plastic odor when printing. You definitely need a well-ventilated area.