Anyone have any experience with CD transports? Particularly Jay’s Audio?

So my question is:  Does anyone have any personal experience with Jay’s CD transports? Particularly The CDT2?  The current version is MKIII and the one I am seriously considering purchasing.  I have hundreds of CD’s and they are still my preferred medium.  I also have a Roon Nucleus that I love, but I still favor CD the majority of the time.  I’ve spent several hours researching CD transports and Jay’s is universally praised by those that own them.  I’ve also looked at PS Audio’s CD/SACD unit, but it’s over 2x the cost of Jay’s and out of my reach.  I look forward to your thoughts....
Something I should have added.  I reviewed the posts for Jay’s CD transport from 2018.  Does any have any experience with the MKIII?  Any experiences with Jay’s?


I praise my Pro-Ject through a WireWorld AES/EBUDesigned and made in Europe.

I purchased a Jay's Audio CDT1 about 4 months ago.  It has been great. Well constructed and solid.   I received it within about 2 weeks of ordering (I'm in the US).
Thanks walt8489....takes some stress off ordering direct from overseas.  I have not read anything in the slightest negative about their products or their business practices..Going to send them that small stack of american dollars soon...
I got my CD Transport, a streamer, headphones, various cables from UK.  All within 2 weeks.  All good.
So, ordered the Jay’s.  Was expecting end of February before shipping according to their website.  Got an email last night said it would ship tomorrow.  Pleasant surprise.
Can't comment on Jays transport though I am curious.Current reference is a CEC 3.3 and it is the most accomplished transport I have owned.Used in many reference systems.
Purchased on on 2/28 and received yesterday 3/9. No issues at all and Jay's updated me every few days as to the status. Pleasantly surprised with build quality let alone the sound. It replaced a Pro-Ject RS2T which I returned within the 30 day policy, using a Schiit Yggdrasil analog 2 with an AES/EBU cable.

I've had my Jay's Audio CDT2 MK 3 for about 6-months now and am very happy with the performance.  It replaced a 47-labs Flat-Fish (also a good transport) and I'm using the I2S output into an Denafrips Terminator-2 DAC.  The combination is very good and is nearly as good as the sound from my Innuos ZENith MK3/Phoenix set-up when playing the same CD that I loaded into the Innuos on the CDT2.  Highly recommended for those who have a large collection of CD's and don't want to load them all into a music server.  Very well-built transport.