Lumin T2 impressions?

Just curious who has one.

1. Does ROON recognize the T2 as an endpoint?

2. How is Lumin, as a company, with software upgrades?

3. Anyone compare the Manhattan/Brooklyn to the T2?

4. Not Critical, airplay ready? I listen to podcasts and local talk radio sometimes while working.

The T2 is probably out of my price range at the moment, however, i'm just researching for possible future purchase
Well i have just had the T2 on loan , and from my view its an highly musical streamer , it also has depth as well as being able to hear what instruments is being played , vices are great. Bass is solid and good with definition.
If you move up to S1 you get more of everything , and for the X1 i can only say waouuu its like you have a floating hologram floating in front af you.
I did try all of these out in my own system and had money not been a concern i would buy the X1 in a second..

For the Lumin as a company they are very responsive , Peter Lie is very active in different forums and always really helpfull...Before entering the HiFi scene they have done professional video equipment for broadcasting stations as far as i know.
Updates are very easy and free of charge , when you power the device up if there is an update it will just tell you that there is an update and you can then install it..MQA was offered as a free update as well , i have a T1 that i have had for 2 years now and never had a single problem.
You can do Spotify - Qobuz - Tidal and internet radio as well as having a nas with minim server installed and then play  music. 
Hello I can’t believe how nice this unit works we were listening and about 1 hour into the evening it opened up like a flower the sound stage is amazing and I’m a vinyl guy guy to the core nicest dac I’ve hear for the money !
So once one gets the T2 set up properly, I can just use Roon software as I do now and just have the Lumin as a roon endpoint. No need, after initial set up or use for firmware updates, to use the Lumin app...correct? 
As far as i know the answer is YES.
Normally in my view firmware updates are good to do as they usually bring something better with them , functionality or smoother operating.
Some of those updates have involved Roon tweaks and bug fixes.