Summary: Just the right size, but it makes a horrible, loud noise when the door closes. And it doesn't have a button to open it so you need a few fingers to open the clutch. It just fits a large dinner plate. The buttons are not as hard to press as my former microwave, but is still stiff.
Summary: The look and size is nice and small for dorm use. I haven't cooked anything in it, but I did turn it on to make sure it seemed to be working. I will post later if my son has issues with it. I rated it 4 stars only for the fact that the inner manufacturers box was dented badly on the corner.
Summary: I really like it. For how small it is, it has lots of features. Sometimes I have to take the glass plate out to fit my travel mug in there, but that's fine. I can deal with that. If you live in an apartment and don't have tons of counter space, it's perfect for that.
Summary: There is a learning curve while you learn which, and how hard, to push the various buttons. After that, it is adequate for anything two elderly citizens might require to prepare most of their meals. It is equal to microwaves of ten years ago that cost twice as much.