Joined on 12/29/02
Pros: Does what it is suppose to do. We mostly use the regular phone, but use this for long distance. No problems with sound quality.
Cons: POTs phones not hooked up to the Obihai ring for one ring before the Obihai rings the attached phone. If you pick up a non Obihai POTs phone before the Obihai picks it up, you can't transfer the call to a phone connected on the Obihai. The detailed instructions on the web are a bit tough to plow through. If you are merging a POTs phone and Google Voice system, it will take some figuring out.
Easy as Pie
Pros: PCIex1, Small, 2x2 tuners, media center remote.
Cons: costs an arm and a leg
Overall Review: Droped it into my Win 7 HTPC, installed the drivers off the web and it worked like a charm. WMC sees all 4 tuners (only 2 can be used at a time) and the remote works perfectly. It couldn't be easier.
Easier than I thought
Pros: Used this to replace a GIGABYTE GA-G33M-S2 which gave up the ghost ealier than it should have. I took the old one out, dropped this one in and Vista fired right up. Took a few reboots for Vista to recongize all the hardware, but it works like a champ now (didn't even have to call MS for Vista authentication). I can get at all the SATA ports even with my GeForce 8800 GTS in there. Tons of USB ports which is nice.
Cons: The board is light on fan headders (only 2), but you can just hook them direct to your power supply. Also this is a bit expensive for a mATX board.