So I used it and made some chicken wings. I have to say I was really impressed and they tasted really good. DH never like homemade wings before since I made them in the oven. These were crispy and delicious. I did the wings in two batches since I didn't want to over load. The last couple of minutes of the second batch, I put the first batch in again and this really worked well. The cleaning is really easy and the appliance isn't too noisy either.
Not sure what I'll make next in it, but looking forward to using it again.
Since the wings, I've made fries (had a bag of frozen ones to use up), chicken thighs, and roasted potatoes. All were excellent since nothing ever sits in oil or grease. The potatoes were so good since they crisped up and evenly done in about 20 minutes. I plan on trying a dessert in there, such as an apple crisp.
I have to say that this is a wonderful appliance for anyone who may need a second oven on occasion. I have double ovens, but I'd consider buying another air fryer.
I actually still like it and actually use it a couple of times a week. Yesterday I made some mini quiches that I has sitting in the freezer. I put them in the air fryer for about 6 minutes, vs the 12 -15 I think the package says, plus the heat up time for the oven. They turned out really well and browned on the top too. I plan to make a turkey breast in it one day - it says you can.
The model is a Cook's Essential, which is $10 more now than when I bought it.