Yes, the basics are very simple. Untrained you can directly come to a good print. With some training each print will be excellent. Maybe good to know that there is also a cold light source now. The lamp is replaced by a high bright LED module.
I use the Heiland Splitgrade on a Kienzle 6x9 since 2004 with the motor driven filter module. As mentionned above, have a look at their webpage http://www.heilandelectronic.de/ to get a detailled description. The system is very easy to use.
The grade and the time measured by the splitgrade for a given paper is a very good starting point. Up to you to interpret these parameters to get the result you want to have. I would not like to miss it in my darkroom.
And not to forget, Mr Heiland is a very helpful person who will give you all the
information you need. Don't hesitate to contact him.
I second all of the above, the Heiland Splitgrade system is one of the best inventions ever for the darkroom. Making prints is much easier and faster, especially when it comes to doing more than just making a 'normal' print.
The future belongs to the few of us still willing to get our hands smell like fixing bath.