I still have a MMF 2.2 and plan to keep it. It's been sitting idle while I try to sell a couple of other tables (both "better" than the 2.2).
I got the Ferrari red one and added a speed box (which I now use with my MMF 7.1) and the acrylic platter. I put a nice cartridge on it (a Nagaoka MP-500) and it sounds very good. It's not as quiet or detailed as some of my better tables, but it has sentimental value and sounds good enough to keep.
It was the first turntable I bought after dragging the Marantz 6100 out of my garage after it had been out there for 15 years or so.