S3d is awesome, love it and I have found their support structures vastly improve my print quality. The pic attached is a before and after clean up Minions chess set (chess set was designed by Steve Haines, got it off grabcad). The hair, arms and legs improved because of the supports with this print, they’re pretty much flawless, even the little fingers on the hands.
There were 6 pieces with this print and S3d estimated 19 h 22 m, the print took just over 30 hours. Breathing a sigh of relief, have had a few hicups with this project. Yesterday I was four hours into the print and the power to my house flashed off and on, just long enough to interrupt the print and had to start over. Also had a wonky SD card and got 90% done twice only to have it stop. In all instances the prints were going perfectly. I’m new to 3d printing and find S3d easy to use, it just makes sense to me.