Much heavier duty than most small shops need, but this is an impressive planer. We've had it for a couple of weeks now. Heavy, solid. Appears extremely well built. When planing panels, you can barely hear it over the dust collector and other shop noise. We use it to plane down glued up panels for cabinet doors, we flatten one side of panel before shaping the panel cove/ogee/whatever. We also use it to take panels down to 5/8" or 3/8" as needed, leaving 1/16" over for the wide-belt. With bottom rollers set flush with the table, there is some planer snipe you can feel with your hand, but the calipers show only about .005" variation from thickest to thinnest on any of the panels, this is completely acceptable for a planer to be honest.
Was easy to set up. We used a torque wrench to test the tightness of all the cutters, found no problems there, just being cautious. Had grizzly install the 440V option for us. Easy to use, we just punch in the desired thickness, hit enter then go (or something simple like that) and table goes slightly past the number, then goes to the exact number you set. I'm sure going past the number is to get the slack out of the mechanism so the table doesn't drop on you while planing.
We have good dust suction, and there is virtually no chips being thrown out of the machine while operating.
Quiet, clean, hopefully reliable. 10/10 would buy again.