I bought this dryer because it matched the washing machine I was needing to buy to replace a dying machine. I used to use my old dryer on one setting, Timed, and set it to 55 minutes, for everything. That worked fine for me.
However, this new dryer uses sensors to determine how dry the clothes are, and stops when it feels they are done. So, again, I have been using this dryer on one setting as well, "Normal." With the matching washing machine, I wash five pairs of large jeans (38 x 34) at a time, the this dryer does a nice job of drying them. There is enough room in the drum to let them tumble and they dry enough, without being "cooked" by excessive time and heat.
I have noticed that if you overload the dryer, and used the Normal setting, sometime the clothes can wad up and the stuff in the center will not be completely dry. Also, with big bulky items, like King size blankets or comforters, it is necessary to take them out and re-wad them, so they dry evenly. This is not a failing of this machine though, since this is often required even at the laundromat.
Note: Once the Normal cycle is finished, if you want to fluff your clothes again, because you have let them sit for a while, you will need to switch the dryer to "Wrinkle Release," since the sensors on Normal will "see" the clothes as dry already and stop. Wrinkle Release will run for 24 minutes, regardless.
If I were to be overly critical, I find that the lint trap is fussy. I'm used to one that is flat, it pulls out and you gather the lint, then slide it back into place. This machine's trap isn't radically different, but it is a cage that folds over, kind of like a taco, and you have to undo the latch to open it up and remove the lint. This takes a bit of concentration and practice since the "taco" is always trying to close back up on itself.
The other thing that I find just plain silly, is the song it plays when it is done with a drying cycle. Not only it is silly, but it goes on, and on and on. I guess it is much better than a harsh buzzer, like in days of old, and I know I saw something in the owners manual about changing it, but I have told it to shut up, more than once.
Looking back, I have to admit, that if that is all I can complain about, the lint trap and the end signal, than I must be pretty happy with the way this dryer its functioning. And I am.