I recently received the Omega Juicer 1000 as a birthday gift ... I had been talking a lot about trying out a juicer instead of using a blender to make my breakfast, and I guess my husband was listening. Overall the Omega Juicer 1000 is a good device, it will a variety of both fruits and vegetables, including citrus fruits, without having to add on cumbersome additional attachments. However, a downside is that the opening is not very large - so you can't go cramming large fruits or vegetable in. The other downside is that there is no pulp extractor... so you will have to remove internal pulp build up after every four or five uses. The design of the Omega Juicer 1000 is great, it's very easy to disassemble and clean, total cleaning times usually takes 5-10 minutes tops, depending on whether or no you are removing internal pulp as well. My only design complaint is that this juicer becomes very loud and shaky if you put in items which have a lot of seeds (e.g. raspberries) or skin (e.g. mangosteens) it will start bouncing all around the counter and making a ton of noise. However, since getting the Omega Juicer, we have been drinking a lot more juice, and eating healthier options, so I would definitely recommend it on the whole.