Summary: I got the first frame about a year ago, it displays my pictures so beautifully that I decided to buy another one to display landscape format pictures on one and portrait in the other. The colors are very accurate and its very durable item as it survived a year deployment, and back and forward being handle by the postal service.
Summary: I bought 3 of these things for my kids and wouldn't hesitate to buy another. The touch screen is VERY SENSITIVE and is a REAL PAIN to operate. The setup program is also difficult to understand and to get working properly. With that all being said, you can take the thing out of the box, plug-in a SD Memory Card and the thing will work... It does lack a remote control and the 10" screen is a good size for desktop use.
Summary: I was so pleased with this frame I bought for my mother-in-law for a xmas gift. I downloaded pictures of our kids and grandkids off of their facebook pages and put them on a flash drive. Then just plugged it in the usb port on the frame and the pictures started playing. I loved it so much, I got me one and copied the pictures onto another flash drive for us!
Summary: I bought this as a Christmas present for my dad. Upon receiving the item there was a handwritten note on the packing list that said "No return if opened" Apparently this seller has this policy. If the items doesn't work then you cannot return. I was told I could send it back to the manufacuturer to be fixed. I have never heard of this type of policy, but I can guarantee I will not buy from this seller again. Be aware of this policy when purchasing!
Summary: I recently bought two of these and a Sony DPF-D92 9" for comparison. I ultimately returned the Sony. Of the dozen frames at Best Buy, this one was far and away the best. Build quality is very good. The LCD and the faux-wood frame are two parts with no proprietary attachment methods, so you can substitute any frame of the same aspect ratio. The existing frame is acceptable and convincing from a distance.
Summary: Frame and display are good, the onscreen controls can be a bit frustrating as there is a learning curve which can be complicated with an occasional issue of touch accuracy. Was definitely worth the money, but then again it was purchased with a huge discount.