Love this mixer. Feature rich and multiple outputs. It has XLR outs, RCA outs as well as a seperate sub woofer out. You can run 2 simultaneous outs with seperate volume control.
2 Mic inputs (nice). MIDI. Great to have this. Some may prefer a usb midi interface but having the standard 5 pin allows you to connect other equipment up to it besides a computer.
Kills kills kills. So many eq kills. On the channel, on the FX (not a true kill) and the cross fader.
Faders are smooth and quick. Knobs and buttons are solid.
Display is small but you get used to it. I find that I use it briefly to select something then don't have to look at it again for a while.
Sampler works but I've stopped using it. I found the routing to be confusing, might have to look at the manual again.
Bass or snare enhancer on the headphone, boost the highs or lows to better mix with. Nice feature. Headphone jack placement was odd at first but I'm starting to like it there. It means nothing on the front to get in the way.
I know I'm missing some features and I won't go into detail about the effects, see youtube for that. This mixer has a lot to offer.
Cons, Crossfader kills. If you are into scratching or other fader tricks, these may get in the way of your fingers. I have accidentally pressed them doing just this.
Slope selector (for the crossfader) could be marked and/or made bigger. In dark settings it is hard to tell which direction the indicator is pointed.
The sampler, while it works, it would be nice to have easier to read or understand routing directions. Maybe displayed in the screen. Again maybe I just need to go back to the manual.
I recommend this mixer to just about everyone. Scratch DJs might want a cleaner surface though.
I want to add that I have dropped this in a soft case from about 4 feet onto the ground. No problems.