Holo Audio May DAC


Just read a very nice review of this in Stereophile this month and after doing some research it looks like this one could be a very nice option for me.  
https://kitsunehifi.com/product/holo-audio-may-dac/
  
It's made in China I think (or could be Taiwan?, and yes, I am very well aware that these are two very different countries. ;)), and employs a direct to consumer model to keep the price as low as possible.  This does not worry me after purchasing a Jay's Audio transport from Vinshine Audio and having zero issues.  

Just curious if anyone here has heard one or purchased?  I'm very intrigued.  I know the Denafrips Terminator is another highly regarded DAC with a similar ordering model, but costs a couple grand more than this one.  Considering that one as well.

Thanks
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Got mine yesterday. Ordered it on 11/23. Only a few hours on it but really enjoying the upgrade from a Burr Brown-based DAC. Hugr soundstage ang great detail.
@kneat63 Are you using the Singxer USB audio bridge with the May or just as stand alone?
@falconquest   No bridge - the KTE's “enhanced” USB module seems to be very solid in my initial listening 
I just placed my order for the KTE. As per the website, only 2 KTE’s are available for order. Now the wait begins.

I’ll be feeding the May with an Auralic Aries G2.1 connected by a Shunyata Sigma USB cable. I’m currently using a Yggy which will end up going to my bedroom system.

The remainder of the chain is as follows:
KTE May -> VAC Signature MkIIa SE (Cryoed Telefunken 6922’s) -> Pass Labs XVR-1 crossover -> Pass Labs X250.8 (mid’s and high’s) and Bryston 7B SST’s (low’s below 250Hz) to Maggie 3.6R’s. Subs for two channel include a REL 212/SE (Left) and a pair of S/5 SHO’s (Right). Interconnects are Wireworld Platinum Eclipse 7 XLR’s. Most of the above are powered by a Shunyata Everest 8000 while subs are direct to the wall.
Congrats @kmmd. Hope you love it. I'm on the first few hours of mine. So far so good. Always good if you're not immediately missing your old unit while the new one is still warming up and breaking-in. A promising start.