As an owner of several printers, including the Type A Series 1, I can say it's a decent machine. While most machines have their problems, my experience with it has been pretty darned good, and well above most else of what I've owned. It has hands down my favorite hot-end/extruder design, and can get pretty darned hot, as it's all-metal, and is light-weight.
It's pretty reliable, and my print quality has been excellent and predicable. The only thing to note is it can develop resonance at high speeds, particularly in curved surfaces, but this hasn't been a deal-breaker.
The web interface it has built in is based on Octoprint, but the interface has been cleaned up a bit. Not a lot else to say here.
Configuration and calibration was easy, and the bed level has rarely needed adjustment.
The issues I've had were primarily with previous revisions of the gantry cables, which they revised and upgraded for me.
Here's an old timelapse of a print running on it (pay no mind to the glue build-up).
What I own/have owned, so you can get an idea of my experiences: Printrbot Metal Simple, Printrbot Play, Raise3D N2+, Type A Machines Series 1, SeeMeCNC Eris, HicTop Aluminum Prusa i3, Kodama Trinus