Great overall build - simple to print, simple to assemble. Do need to know how to solder due to space (maybe could use jumper leads if you bent the pins carefully, but I don't think it's worth the risk), but the key to that I've always found is using a good soldering iron. A lot of people who have issues soldering have probably used (like I did) a really cheap iron - it is so much easier when you have a good iron...... anyhow, back to the build. After printing I did have to do a little trimming to remove a few tags (probably need to adjust the speed on my printer) but not too much. Slotting the display in took a little time to do properly (I didn't want to damage it) - so take care at that point. I currently haven't even bothered to screw the back plate on, the tolerances being so fine.
This would make a relatively inexpensive present to give to people - the geek version of giving someone homemade jam... ;-)
It would be nice to be able to add in some extra sensors to provide things like room temp/humidity (AM2302/DHT22) and maybe even a motion sensor (AM312) to turn the thing on/off (even at the lowest setting, it's pretty bright)....
Anycubic (came with the printer!) PLA