Summary: Pictures get cutoff, you have to manually edit every photo and hope that they work. Often they don't and you have to re-edit them in the hopes of getting them right. Do this for over 500 photos...I still have not done it....I quit.
Summary: I've been using this for a year now and it's got a nice 16 x 9 display, so you'll want your pictures to be in 16 x 9 format or else you'll be wasting valuable screen area. The unit is way slow so unless you've got a LOT of time on your hands then don't plan on trying to find a particular image, or browsing a bunch of images. Also, 10 inches is the bare minimum size you'll want, unless you're putting it in the bathroom. Go for 12 inches.
Summary: I loved the specs, resolution and 16:9 aspect ratio. But it all was only useful in the paper, because I opened it and was somewhat damaged, the image was not correct, pictures looks washed out and only in green and yellow. I has to return it for total refund. Be careful!
Summary: This is a nice frame - the black wood is high quality and the white matting is well done. It doesn't feel cheap, like some of the other photo frames I've seen. I'm not the most photo-literate (my husband is a PhotoShop fanatic), so a lot of the photos don't fill the screen completely. There is probably some kind of photo-tweaking you can do to have the picture portion of the screen fill out completely, but I haven't figured it out.
Summary: First negative point is that it doesn't reduce the photo size to fit on the screen automatically, so you have to reduce all photos to 1024 before putting them on the SD card. Second negative point is that after 10 months it stopped working. Now when I turn it on, it shows the Viewsonic banner and then shuts down. I have already tried changing the SD card, the power cord and nothing happened. I'm trying to contact Viewsonic, but got no questions from them...