Cons: Bought 16 of these units. All show a loss of signal after just a few minutes of usage. Only way to get the unit back up was to pull the power plug. This is being installed in a 911 dispatch center. Not very reliable.
Summary: Plugged it in, worked wonderfully.. for 10 minutes. After ~10 minutes, the video signal goes away, and the only way to get it back, is to unplug the power to the transmitter unit, and plug it back in.
Pros: Very small package; Multiple monitor outputs on each half of device. Black.
Pros: Really good quality as far as picture. I use this to run video signal from my HTPC to my projector.
Cons: Looses signal to the projector. You need to unplug the power and plug it in back in to gain your signal back. I had returned the first unit for this reason, but I still got the same results when I received the replacement.
Pros: Beautiful Picture, Very easy setup, just a good overall idea. Running a monitor about 95 feet away from the computer.
Cons: I use this for an additional monitor in a security system that is on 24/7. about every 24-48 hours the remote box will lose signal. But a simple unplug/replug of the remote box power brings everything right back up. By no means a deal breaker; but a problem I can't seem to find a reason for. I do plan to do some more research into the matter.
Pros: Perfect for variable length cable runs often encountered for mobile setups. No loss of quality whatsoever on 100ft runs. cheaper than buying one 15ft, 50ft, and 100ft VGA cables, and I can take a spool of cat5e and cut exact length runs punch em at the venue, good to show.