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Pros: About a year ownership, great monitor, bright, no dead pixels, works solidly. Have 2 of them.
Cons: I have the same flicker sometimes that others mention on one of my monitors occasionally. I have found that if I wait about 30 seconds and push the "Auto" button, it pops up with a "can't auto adjust" and I push "Auto" again and it goes away. So it's probably something with the Auto adjustment even when it's all off. Worth trying
Other Thoughts: Good luck everyone. Monitors are awesome, just that flicker problem. Know package contents before you whine. Newegg's packing is often weak. Sadly reading reviews to find useful ones is an art these days...READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Most DD-WRT options I coveted in the native UI. I am a DD-WRT addict and I didn't even bother installing it over the native UI. No issues, none, zero, easy to configure RDP into and remote streaming.
Cons: None so far in over 6 months.
Other Thoughts: I Reboot it about every 2 months out of habit from so many years working on technology more than necessity. Never had a problem. Best router I've owned since my DD-WRT converted WRT54GL which is exactly what I wanted when I finally broke down and retired that router after many years of service. Easy to setup/install for basic users and has many options for more advanced users.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I bought 3. R/W Solid. RAID 5d together with one I already had. No issues and massive size.
Cons: Shipping packaging was a little weak for mechanical hard drives. But they worked, so no egg deduction.
Other Thoughts: I let them sit for almost 2 months when they got here (stupid me) before getting them in, running, and setup. I got lucky they all worked. DOA in hard drives is not excessively uncommon so just make sure you don't gamble and try installing it. DOA is the reason RMA exists.READ FULL REVIEW