I am certainly no sublimation pro, but if I were you, I would learn more about the process and machine before purchasing. We bought one a few weeks ago as a "show special" at DAX. We bought a sub printer also to complement our embroidery / heat transfer business. There is a fairly high learning curve with this equipment. We received a large number of blanks to use as practice. You will go through a lot of phone covers and curved glass before you get it right. Also check the electrical requirements. We have a black one like the one you linked. It requires a 20 amp circuit. Luckily we have one. We tripped a breaker when it was on another line. The documentation is very poor, as are any training videos. We are going to another trade show soon and plan on getting some hands-on training from our supplier. Good luck whichever way you decide!