You’ll notice I spent a rather large percentage of this review writing about the X100L user experience. This is no accident. Disc-based transports rarely need more than a sentence or two, unless they are so bad as to deserve more extensive criticism. But even then it’s a simple discussion — loading too slow, buttons unresponsive, things of that nature. The X100L experience is a whole different animal and really deserves as much attention as possible. User interaction one of the key benefits of a device such as this, and in my opinion Aurender absolutely nailed it. Oh, and the sound quality? Superb. Factor in the attractive appearance and the relatively low price (for what it is), and the X100L earns my absolute top recommendation.