Currently I use 2 Anycubic printers (Anycubic i3 Mega S and the Anycubic Chiron). Both these printers have been amazing for me and very easy to use. I was a total newbie when I stared and had no idea which printer to get or even how to print. Right out of the box the Anycubic were both very easy to setup and get started printing. They both use a baseplate they call the Ultrabase which allows pretty much anything to stick to it. You don't have to worry about tape, glue or hairspray...just print and go. The touch screen makes it very easy to use and there is a great online community which has help answer most of my questions about the printer. They both have a filament sensor which is nice. I have stuck with Anycubic because it sells for a great pricepoint, great build quality and the final product is amazing. I have recommended it to many of my friends.
The i3 Mega S has a medium sized built plate and can print incredible detail. I have no issues will adhesion (mostly because of the ultrabase), leveling or quality. So far no real cons for this printer. I have printed hundreds of hours on this printer and it's been pretty much flawless for me up to this point. Maybe the one issue would be speed but really, I would take a slower printer for high quality. I have recently been printing the new Darth Vader helmet found here on this site. Here is the web page for their mega series... https://www.anycubic.com/collections/anycubic-mega-3d-printers
The newest printer I have is the Chiron which is a large format printer which allows me to print helmets pretty much in one piece which is amazing. it's quality is fantastic and it is built very solid. The one con on this I have found is the buildplate size. Since it's SO big, it can be difficult to level which can cause printing issues. If you have it levelled, it works great. Here is the link to the Chiron printer... https://www.anycubic.com/products/anycubic-chiron-3d-printer
Most of the time I am using PLA filament. My current choice has been Overture PLA which I buy on Amazon for a great price. I have had no issues with their filament so far. Right now they have a $10 coupon on your purchase. Downside...it seems like everyone is low on stock. They are no different. https://overture3d.com/
My next step is getting into the resin printer. Just waiting on a few new ones to come out and look into a purchase. I think the Elegoo Saturn looks interesting. So far Anycubic doesn't have a larger build area for their resin printers so I think for that type of printer I will move to Elegoo.
Here are a few completed projects I have printed with these printers. If you want to follow me on instagram, check me out @originalsharpe