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I've owned one for a few years and it has served me well. The film holders are flimsy but they haven't broken on me. I don't go throwing them against a wall or anything.
Scanning is going to give you a really flat image. You're going to need to do some editing regardless so don't expect it to be perfect as is. Also if you scan at a high enough resolution you also run into the issue of being able to view the actual silver grains that make up an image. This is something people rarely consider when scanning film and are surprised when they see it thinking a high end scanner should be better quality, but there is a limit to the detail you can get out of a 35mm frame and being able to see the grain is pretty much the limit.