Overall, the Jinma "crate tractor" from China is an overall economical way the purchase a fairly reliable tractor for incidental usage. The basic "quality control" and materials used would be what you would find in a tool from Harbor Freight, if they sold tractors.
The basic 1960's technology used in the tractor makes it fairly reliable and easy to work on. I've actually spent more hours on a Kubota, which costs twice a much, but for some things, I actually prefer the Jinma.
Front Loader works well for most things, but lacks precision control and power. Basic frame, transmission, and engine seem like good quality, but anything attached to it [hoses, electrical, etc.] are poor quality and will fail.
Some mods needed from the start to make it more usable and reliable, but they are pretty well documented online. Hydraulic suction filter is a joke, and a better filter system should be installed when fairly new.
Shuttle drive was not recommended when I bought this one, but it would be nice if they have all the kinks worked out yet.
You get what you pay for, and knowing that when I bought it, I can't complain too much about the poor quality items that I find on it. It gets the job done without breaking the bank.