Shellz, I somewhat relate to your comment. When it comes to toys, I'm pretty flexible (only figuratively, I actually can't even touch my toes in reality...) Of course, as you noted, just because you can
make something work doesn't mean you'll be inclined to if you're not fond of it.
Antipova & Neurogasm, the lack of pressure seems to be an issue for most. My clitoris is small and too much pressure (from a toy or a person) tends to make it way overstimulated and very unhappy. The pressure is okay for me, but the speed is disappointing.
If the ball could roll faster, I'd have no difficulty getting off. I usually kick the speed into its highest gear (which is not terribly high) and linger there for a while. When I'm really needing something to push me over the edge, I will hit the vibrate button and it gets me over. However, I can't help but feel like if I wanted a low intensity vibrator, I could turn to any number of other toys before the SaSi? The selling point of the SaSi is its (incontestably awesome) rolling ball that simulates oral sex. For me, the vibrations eclipse the movement, and I can't distinguish it from the vibration. Ultimately, it's the vibration that gets me off, and the movement that gets me to the plateau of orgasm.
I do very much like this toy, and it does get me to climax, I just wish they would have released a 2.0 version. It seems like most people loved it, but that it was just
short of wonderful for them. The issues (pressure, speed, over-heating) were fairly universal, and they don't seem like impossible fixes. The basic design and functioning of the SaSi itself is spectacular, as nearly everyone agrees. I suppose Je Joue has moved on to other more successful projects though, yes? Such as the widely acclaimed MiMi!