We've enjoyed the cooker, but are less enthused with the software. My spouse remarks that it seems like the software was released before it was ready. Our first cook was simple, just chicken legs and thighs which we then deep fried for fried chicken. Very tasty and tender! Salmon was next, which was quite good, although I do like using an iron skillet as I can get a better pink interior. That will take some more testing. Some vegetables are next, just to see how they turn out.
On the downside, the fact that the app only allows one to one connections is silly. We share cooking duties and have an old iPad (by the way, no iPad designed app? really? Or at least allow it to rotate, that just requires you to design screens in landscape) in the kitchen. We can't connect all three, only one. When we tried to set up Wi-Fi, we created an account and verified it, then the app said no account existed. It took a day or so for the account to appear. Once we set up the app with Wi-Fi, we tried to connect Alexa. The Alexa skill requires log in, and once again, no account existed. After some googling, we found that you have to sign out of the app and then sign in the alexa, then sign back in the app. Of course, the app has no forgotten the Wi-Fi settings..... These continuing annoyances take away from the beauty of the process and how fun it can be. I have also read that the ice bath process is gone, which would be great for us as we are busy during the day. The software REALLY needs to take into account multiple chefs at home that want to be involved in the process.