We have had the NutriBullet for about one month now and we have used it almost every morning to make juice blends. My original concern (prior to purchase) revolve around the comments that they sometimes leak and cause messes. My personal experience has been otherwise. Making sure not to over fill the cup seems to be the answer for us. We LOVE how this unit has been convenient, easy to use, easy to clean and easy to store. We used to have a huge bulky juicer that was a pain in the butt to put together, to use and to store (it took up a large space in my small pantry). The Nutribullet sits right on the counter and takes up very little space. Our favorite breakfast drink so far includes: small handful of baby spinach, half an orange, few strands of parsley, two small chunks of cucumber, three small chunks of banana, three small chunks of pineapple, 1/4 of an apple, and three small chunks of carrot. Sometimes we throw in a few blueberries or a strawberry. Add water to the Max line and whirrrrr away! At first we added ice too, but after a couple of weeks we started dividing the contents of each morning's offering to a sandwich size zip lock (except the water) and freezing them. We write on the outside what is in each one and the date it was packaged. I know this is not as good as "fresh" fresh, but it is WAYYYY more convenient, you end up with 2 wonderful glasses of goodness out of each bag, and it is nice and cold.