Having written a belated review of the Riva Turbo a few month back, I'm going to follow up with a belated review of the Riva Festival. The Festival is quite a bit bigger than the Turbo. See here. The Festival is on the bottom and the Turbo is on the top. The Festival has a three full sets of woofers and tweeters on the front and on the side, and four passive radiators to extend the bass. The Festival has the same kind of sound as the Turbo X, timbre definitely, and maybe a bit more tipped up at the lows and highs. Because of its bigger size, the Festival packs a bigger punch, extends lower, and does so more cleanly than the Turbo. As far as setup (one of the things that can drive me crazy), Riva seemed to have put a lot of thought into this. Basically it went like this: Get Google Home app to connect Riva Festival to my home WiFi. Download Riva Wand app for phone applications to connect to the Festival. Super fast and zero issues on my Pixel 2 XL. Setup with the iPhone involves AirPlay and downloading the Riva Wand app from the App Store. My Apple experience was less pleasant because the App Store had a few problems connecting and my wife's new iPhone 8 is extremely annoying slow (relative to Android phones at 50% of the price) to get things done. Apple universe buyers should always be sure to spend top dollar to get the bestest and latest, because the old stuff is gonna suck or be intentionally nerfed. One thing I'd like to mention is the cleaner button arrangement on the top of the unit. Plus and down for volume. Obviously next and back. Holding down the left or right buttons changes the input. The LED ring around the button panel changes color depending upon input. There are a bunch of inputs: WiFi, USB, Toslink, Here is the back of the unit and the inputs available. The right most switch I believe is for "Away mode" where is no WiFi.