As a long time Slic3r user, on the last day of 2015, I tried out KISSlicer for the first time. This post is a quick summary of my configuration and finding.
My machine is a home built Prusa i3 that I modified for quick assembly and dis-assembly for easy packing and unpacking in about 1 hour.
The machine has a 20cm x 20cm x 18cm printing envelop and a J-Head with 0.4mm nozzle that uses 3mm filament.
Aside from 3D printing, the machine can be fitted to do laser engraving or light-weight CNC routing.
The KISSlicer version that I use is the Win32 version of version 1.5 Beta 1 - Sep 2014 which can be downloaded from this site http://www.kisslicer.com/download.html.
The test 3D object is Rocket Egg Cup which can be downloaded from Thingiverse (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:26524).
The KISSlicer configurations are shown in the following photos. The filament is 3mm PETG.
Generally speaking, I am happy with the quality of the print. The outer surface is quite smooth (no bulges). The inner surface has some bulges and on the bottom there are some strings of filament (from printing up side down without support).
I used red permanent marker to highlight the layers. I suspect the more obvious white layers were caused by inconsistent filament diameter.
Basic Introduction to Settings in KISSlicer