J. Sikora Initial turntable

Is anyone familiar with the J. Sikora Initial turntable?  I have an opportunity to purchase a demo for around $6,000 (retails for around $10,000). 

I am considering the J Sikora as well as a Dr. Feikert Volare and Rega P8 and P10.  Any thoughts or advice would be appreciated
If you’re getting one WITH that Kuzma arm, I’d be all over it. I’m thinking not? Looks like an interesting table

The after sale support from the dealer/manufacturer is the concern. Sending that table back to Poland would be a drag.

If you want something to just drop an LP on and play, I’d get the Rega P10/Apheta. I hope you have a phonostage of equal quality?
Not familier with the J. Sikora table your post is about but it certainly looks nice. The Rega tables you have mentioned certainly have their followers and they seem to give a lot of bang for the buck. The Dr. Feickert Volare is the one that intrigues me and I am just trying to establish what arm to mount before I place my order on mine to replace a VPI Scout in my headphone system, with that said there is a Dr. Feickert Blackbird for sale by TMR here on the Gon now at a reasonable price. I would be interested in it but already have a table in my main system I am satisfied with and am looking for a simpler smaller package for my headphone setup that I can mount a cart and just enjoy the music. If you should happen to purchase the Volare please post the results as there isn't much being said about it as of now. Enjoy the music
It made the class A Stereophile list in 2020. I'm not saying that this is the end all be all list, but it's saying something. It's definitely a cool looking table.  It appears that the armboard can be pre-drilled for  Kuzma, Jelco, Ortofon, Origin Live, or SME tonearms. Good luck and let us know how things work out.
@rdk777, which table is your response to? Enjoy the music
To the title of the post - J.Sikora Initial.  Sorry, I should've indicated.
I’d recommend you take a look at the Sempersonus TE-2. It can be ordered with the same OL Silver that comes on the Volare and having heard both I’m guessing the TE-2 will significantly outperform the Volare.
Thanks for the replies.  I will likely forgo the Sikora.  There just doesn't seem to be much known about it (other than the Stereophile review) and I am concerned about after market support.

I will likely opt for the Dr. Feikert table and spring for a Kuzma Stogi tonearm.  Any recommendations for a good cartridge to go with it?
If you like the looks of the J. Sikora TT then you might want to take a look at the Acoustic Solid 111 Metall with the upgraded base, and then add a Jelco 850 M tonearm, the Acoustic Solid 111 Metall can also accommodate up to 3 tonearms if you like. Or you can spend a bit more and get the Acoustic Solid Edition, or even the  Solid Machine Small R
J Sikora is a highly recommend table, very very good value for the money and will punch much higher than the well-known brands in the same price range. The Reference level table was compared to the Tech DAS tables which cost 10 times more. 

Some very good reviews but from personal opinion, I would say its one of the best tables you can buy for the money. 
They are supposed to be very good with speed accuracy and employ 2-4 motors on the table.