I bought an Enset a couple of years ago, I got it primarily for
stonesetting under the microscope. The main advantage I would say
about it is control. If you are used to using a hammer and punch, the
Enset will leave one hand free to hold and adjust the work. It can be
set to run a single tap at a time, also powerful enough that I do not
have to thin down bezels as much as I used to.
I have done a bit of raising grains, and plain engraving, (still
learning that!) but I would say that it is a time saver if you are
doing a lot of small bezels. I have made steel and brass punches to
go in the holders, if you get one get extra tool holders, you will
use them up. Not selling them, just a happy customer, it is more
adjustable than I have had need for so far. The Leica microscopes are
very nice too! Contact Tira, she is very helpful, lots of videos on
the website. I am in the UK and it was an easy purchase.