The First thing I noticed was it is much bigger than I had expected and dwarfs the ANAN-10. It powered up fine and soon discovered the anan plugged into the Ethernet Port.
The manual that I managed to get emailed from ANAN (nothing on the web site) was sparse with useful Information but most of the onscreen prompts were mastered quickly.
I took it to show and tell at the Malvern Hills RAC on Nov 23, during which the tuning knob fell off; it had never been tightened! When I asked Apache-Labs about this they commented that it had passed "burn it testing without incident". I doubt inversion forms part of the Test!
I took it to Wales on Nov 26 to try on the GW5NF 160m dipole. It saw a lot of signals on the CQWWCW contest:-
The "manual" did not mention how to update the software, so I connected John Melton, G0ORX (the designer) who directed me to a document that explained all and I managed to update to v1.0.3. Also in the links was an updated Manual, which was MUCH better than Apache-Labs Supplied although it has some issues eg It mentions connecting a microphone directly to the RPI board, which is impossible without taking the box apart (which you also have to do if you swap the memory card)!