I would want to know more about the build quality, especially at those price points. Also there is no built-in electronic thermometer, only temperature strips. That surprises me. The Esperto is more expensive than the Elektra Microcasa a Leva, which is well built and excellent all around, and it is similarly priced to the Bezzera Strega, which is much larger but is also much more machine for that budget. The Microcasa has equivalent bling and the Strega has a commercial group and lots of versatility. The ones I mentioned are spring levers. You can get a used Olympia Express Cremina in very good shape for less for a manual with similar function and great build quality, and that machine won't lose value. You can add a pressure gauge and piston pressure gauge and temperature strips or a group thermometer if you like. But you get Bauhaus instead of bling.
What I WOULD do for a good cup of coffee!