That's a good read, and it sounds like a very rewarding piece of kit. I'm just a kid in a sweetie shop looking at this, and my entry-level M2si works brilliantly for me, but it's great to see MF continuing to build quality kit throughout their range.
Thanks Ed for the review. I have the M6si, and I can't imagine needing more power for my Kef Reference 1's however, perhaps in the future!?! I feed mine DSD256 via a Topping D90 from HQ Player and it sounds great. I hope this new model sells as I do like the brand.
A lot of people knock the remote control. Okay is not going to win any design awards but not half as bad as some people, most probably those who do not own one, make out. At least I can press just the button I need and not the ones either side at the same time.