I bought this back when it was $750, currently $80 less than what's listed here. For $750 this is a great laptop with most games maxing out the 120Hz capability of the screen on High-Ultra settings, and the speed increase from 60Hz to 120Hz is definitely noticeable. I bought a second 1TB drive ($100) and 16GB (8GBx2) dual rank DDR4 3200MHz RAM which were both plug-and-play without any installation issues. Since the 5-stars speaks for itself for the pros, I'll just list the cons here which weren't significant enough for me to reduce the rating: - The ability to add a second M.2 pcie 4.0 SSD is great, but the one I purchased (Samsung 980 1TB) was supposed to have speeds of 3500 MB/s seq reads and 3000 MB/s seq writes, what I'm getting instead is 1800 MB/s seq reads and 1500 MB/s seq writes, which just about exactly matches the speed of the 512GB SSD that came with the laptop. This may be due to a Windows 11 bug restricting the speeds but I'm not sure. - The primary M.2 slot where the 512GB SSD sits is a 2242 form factor with no ability to replace it with a 2280 longer form factor. The secondary M.2 allows you to add in a second pcie 4.0 M.2 SSD, but doing so will take up the space where the 2.5" SATA SSD/HDD slot is, so you can only have either a second M.2 pcie drive or a 2.5" SATA drive.