I can't give an honest review yet because I really haven't gotten to put it through its paces. There are some disappointing Harbor Freightisms, though. The lower wheel was unbalanced out of the box, and the upper blade guide bracket was slightly skewed and had to be straightened with a pair of pliers. But those were fixable. So far, my biggest complaint is that the miter slot is 0.65" rather than the standard 0.75", and the miter gauge that comes with it is absolute garbage. So I'll have to build my own miter gauge, modify the bar on a decent one, see if someone sells a decent gauge in that size, or just replace the table.
But the motor is strong, the wheels coplanar, the blade tracks well, it's quiet, and (once the wheels were balanced) doesn't vibrate much.