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Pros: extemely fast connections, anywhere with an outlet, this means in cabinets, behind av equipment, in basements, just amazing
Cons: more cables, units get warm
Other Thoughts: I have tried for months to get two wrt160n to stream high speed HD video to each other from one end of my townhome to the opposite end in the basement. I don't have a big place. N is soo picky and unreliable. I used DD-WRT and tweaked until I just decided to use these kits. I bought two of these kits so I could use the multiple ports on the routers. I have a wrt160n with ddwrt in repeater mode which picks up my neighbor's wireless signal ( we split the bill) and then broadcasts it in my house. I plugged the remote powerline adapter into the repeater and then placed two of the routers behind my AV equipment upstairs and downstairs. Put everything on the same subnet (xxx.xxx.2.xxx) and set the repeater as the DHCP server. Turned off the wireless capabilities and DHCP in the two powerline routers. I now have 2 directv boxes, 1 HTPC and a PS3 networked. I get full speed on the PS3, no latency (10ms), and stream full 1080p HD video from one directv box to another. It is amazing.READ FULL REVIEW