I did quite a bit of research before purchasing this juicer. This is a mid-range priced juicer that produces pulpy juice with a very dry pulp extracted. I read complaints about the juice being too pulpy for people. Those people should stick with a centrifugal, not masticating juicer. Also, the fact it has pulp actually means there is more fibre (a downside to juicing is that the fibre is extracted from the vegetable/fruit). So for me, the pulpy juice is a good thing.
You need to cut the pieces up small and don't put too much in at once. If you put too many non-juicy vegetables in at once it will jam, but this was easy for me to fix by opening the lid and moving things around a bit. I have juiced many types of greens, citrus, beets, carrots, tomatoes, broccoli, celery, cucumber, radishes, apples, pears, and other soft fruits. The only jam I had was with broccoli. The solution seemed to be switching between dryer and juicier produce. I.E. Couple pieces of broccoli followed by a tomato, etc.
The unit is not that hard to clean if you run a glass of water through it after juicing, and then rinse immediately. Then I usually throw all pieces in a sink of hot water soapy until I get home from work. I then use the brush to clean the mesh basket but even that doesn't take much work. Definitely don't let it sit afterwards or I could see how the pieces could dry into the holes. One downside is I don't think it's dishwasher safe.
Overall I really like this machine and am happy with the purchase.