Summary: We use the radio to listen to stations from all over the world - news, music, etc. If the computer is turned on you can also listen to all of your own music.There are some issues with software glitches, but costumer support seems to be helpful and efficient.
Pros: Accurate Controls, Clear Signal, Compact, Easy To Set Up, Good Sound
Summary: Good for small room. Advanced features require SqueezCenter which mean you have to have a computer turn on at all time. Remote control lack of functions. Can't change presets via remote control.
Pros: Compact, Good Sound
Cons: Lack of remote functions, Require squeezecenter, Very expensive
Summary: A good internet radio. You will want to have a dedicate computer to connect to the device. If you don't, you can't really make good use out of it. Difficult to use when not connect to the computer. Sound quality is okay, definitely not great. It does NOT have the digital converter found in the classic model. Remote can't control the presents that's on the radio. You have to manually push the presents. It's on the expensive side with what it does.
Pros: Compact, Easy To Set Up
Cons: Expensive, Heavely depend on softwar, Only 6 Preseets, Rmote lack of functions, Sounds is not great
Summary: I've had this almost two years now and the sound quality and most things on it are great when it's all working OK. For me though it has proven to be a major hassle getting it to work OK. Even though I have it connected network wise by a homeplug it constantly drops its signal to internet radio. Additonally, some times it won't connect at all or even switch on and it has just developed major faults rendering it almost unusable.