I have one. It looks WAY cooler in person then it does in the photos. And the stand to hold the acrylic top platter is awesome. From beginning to end this thing is first class and every last detail has been considered. It comes with rubber feet and points, which are interchangeable, 2 remotes for single use as well as in a full shanling system, power cord (no need to replace this one), and a separate power supply that rivals Musical Fidelity in every way. it also comes in a serious flight case with even more serious packaging inside. And it begs you to turn the room lights off while you listen. It looks like it's gonna just fly right off the table and hover in mid-air.
Speaking of Musical Fidelity, I also have a Tri-Vista which I have been running head to head with the T300 since I got it. It's equal in every way and it's superior in several key areas. Shanling's use of the tubes output is done better and with better effect then M.F. in my opinion. I've never heard a digital source sound more like analog then the T 300. Compared with my VPI Super Scout Master it's tough to decide which I would rather listen to. Although with a nice clean LP analog still has the edge.
I'm keeping the Tri-Vista for two reasons. One, I love those cool glowing colored feet (I know, I'm pathetic) and the second is the SACD, which is beyond compare. It'l go into my office system.
For now, other then considering the DCS system (which is just obnoxiously expensive) I'm sticking with my T 300. It sounds even better then it looks.