You can get a lightly-used pair of these for under $200, yet they do everything you'd ever need them to, as long as your expectations are in check. Being an older deck, their ability to interact with digital files is limited to MP3s on a USB stick or CD. The full suite of controls can be used on all methods of media, which are somewhat simple, but properly implemented. You have some solid looping capabilities, assignable hot-cues, a basic vinyl emulation w/ braking (emphasis on "basic"), and the expected pitch adjustments with a master selection. They're also built well enough and have a good weight to them; nothing felt uncomfortably cheap. This deck is more capable than some lower-end Pioneers while commanding a much smaller price tag.
It should also be noted that it will accept CD-RW media in addition to the CD-Rs and pressed discs that Numark claims this machine will support.