I don’t have it running via USB, just plain original Zeepro
As long as I am printing with PLA and keep to bigger objects with broad bases, I am having nice results, apart from some stringing.
But I had to tune the standard printing presets, e.g. more end layers on top otherwise I would have defects in the top layers.
I have my Zeepro running a lot and have already printed some kg of filament.
But trying to print smaller objects or objects with small bases I could not get a print result once.
Since I don’t know the problem source, I cannot say if USB and a different slicer would improve the result.
But for example with my top down spinner I created, I have a gap between forced support and object. So in the end my nozzle still rips the object of the print bed.
With another slicer I would have more slicer options like no gap between forced support and object.
Thats the only issue with the Zeepro Slicer I had so far. Otherwise all the necessary options where there.