Summary: I purchased this frame about a year ago and it has worked very well. One thing has been a problem, however. The screen will sometimes freeze up during play if I just load folders of pictures on to it from my PC. I found after trying several approaches that if I use a new SD card, take at least one digital image and then download other images to the same folder then it recognizes the images. I use Picassa2 to export pictures to a lower resolution.
Summary: Not a problem - found it easy to use. I bought it for a family member and I believe she will be able to change out memory cards fairly easy as we update her with new pictures. Great way for older family member to stay in touch with family outings!!!!!
Summary: The documentation for this device does not match the device as shipped, further the documentation is incomplete. When attempting to resolve picture loading issues via customer support I was on hold for 30 min. then cut off. This product was intended for non-technical grandparents, due to the documentation and difficulty in loading images to the frame, it is not ready for this type of use.
Summary: I purchased this frame as a birthday gift for my wife who is not computer friendly and has asked for ways to look at all the digital pictures we have without sitting down to a computer. This frame is great. It works well and is easy to set up. I had it going with both memory cards and a flash drive in no time. I resized photos to 480x320 as recommended by another post and that resolution works perfectly.
Summary: This frame is similar to the PF-A700B and I won't re-write what other reviewers have accurately stated about it. Instead I'll comment on the frame's resolution. There seems to be alot of confusion over this frame's true resolution. The box says 400x234 with a 3:2 ratio, but that resolution does not work well because images get stretched alot. To maintain a 3:2 ratio, the closest matches are 400x266 or 480x320.