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Pros: Stable connection, long range as I can get a connection just about anywhere in my house with my laptop and the N adapter I bought for the laptop.
Cons: Setup disk was overkill and was not needed.
Other Thoughts: After plugging it in I did a firmware update to update it to the newest firmware.
I have a feeling the people getting dropped connections have done improper network setups are are attempting to use Laptops/Desktops with Wireless G adapters in them instead of N adapter and since G adapter have a range of 120 feet versus 400 feet they are getting dropped connections.
Pros: Runs cooler than my 8800GTX. Uses less power than my 8800GTX did. Games play better as in several games such as Age Of Conan I can now fully max every single graphic slider in the game. Can finally play Crysis @ 1920x1200 with high settings.
Cons: Can't think of any right now.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Inexpensive dual-layer DVD's with a printable surface all the way to the hub. Everything printed on them looks beautiful.
Cons: My Pioneer DVR-109 Burner sees these as 2.4x Dual-Layer disks and my Sony DRU-830A only sees the disks as 6x and sometimes burns incorrectly to the disks @ 6x.
Other Thoughts: Would purchase the disks again as it is very difficult to find Dual-Layer DVD's with a printable surface all the way to the hub.READ FULL REVIEW