Excerpt: The expensive headset that works with the older Panasonic model and V-tech phone and others will not work with it. I heard the other party but they did not hear me. I had to return the product the next day.
Summary: I have no idea what the other reviewer is referring to with regards to the wall brackets. I have both the base and the remote charger wall-mounted, and not only did that work well for both of them, it's a much better system than most phones, where wall-mounting seems like a tacked-on afterthought.
Pros: Great phone, great sound quality, exactly what I was looking for. Lack of built-in answering machine is a plus; I have voicemail service on both my phone lines, having an answering machine is pointless. The fact that it takes off-the-shelf batteries is also a plus, my mom had a much older Panason...
Cons: As the other reviewer noted, the number keys are the only ones illuminated, which is a pain. The Talk/End keys have raised bumps, and the softkeys line up well with the screen, so it's not a dealbreaker with a little bit of practice. However, if you need to use Speakerphone, Pause/Redial, Flash, ...
Summary: There aren't many two-line wireless systems without answering capabilities, so this probably compares favorably with the competition. I purchased an additional remote unit with the base/remote combination.
Pros: Good range and clear sound. Large phonebook (2 lists of 100 entries each) which can be shared. Multi-line sharing features allow each phone to control its ringing and line priorities. Additional remote units easy to add. Uses standard AAA rechargeable batteries.
Cons: Only number keys are illuminated. Line selection, answer and end buttons are hard to find in dark. Not particularly well designed, aesthetically or very solid feeling. Wall-mount brackets are useless.