To be honest, personally I don’t like prusa i3 because of the moving platform to Y direction, but they are good, and easy to maintain printers, and the best value for the money still. I have supported more then 30 3D printer builds for whom had chosen a Prusa i3 to build (kits or totaly self built). For your first printer its the best chioce.
The kit you linked doesn’t have an LCD controller with SD card reader, so you will need a PC with USB connected for the entire print. I would say the LCD with SD is a must to have, its more easy to run the printer.
i would recommend this printer its 30 USD more(okay shipping is different story), but you don’t need even to screw it together it comes assembled, and it has a really good and stable steel frame with LCD.
I will link you a blog page for real prints of these machines sorry its not in English but the print pictures are not manipulated:
The guy who write this vlog is a wanho reseller, and I know him and all prints pictures are real:
Just check posts with I3:
Wanhao usually makes great makerbot clone printers and they waited a lot to come out with this I3 clone printer, they fixed all the issues witch were common with i3 printers.