Summary: I was very disappointed in this product. We used it for 4 months before the Blue Screen of Death appeared. We tried the factory reset instructions but the radio did not respond. Since we are now out of warranty with Amazon and have read that other customers have very little luck with Grace warranty...
Summary: The only negative thing I can say about this purchase is that I am not able at this time to purchase one for every room in the house. I have not felt so good about a product in such a long time. We don't just use this device, we love it. (Actually, I love my Tivo and Roku too).
Good second-generation internet radio, with some flaws
Mister Gizmo "Jim", Amazon
9 September 2010
Summary: I've been looking at internet radios for a couple of years now, but have been put off by the high prices and limited features. What seems to have turned the tide is the rise of a few major content providers and aggregators (Pandora, Reciva, etc.
Summary: Got my radio last week for an excellent price from Amazon. I am pretty tech savy, but it took me two days to get the thing set up right. The problem was that the WAP code was not entered correctly. The radio kept indicating it was on the net with a WIFI signal of 90 to 100%.
Summary: I was very disappointed with this device, would not connect to the Internet (on my network, or even another separate network I tried for troubleshooting), and Grace support is really just terrible.
Summary: If you like radio and you live in area with lousy radio stations and have a home or office wireless network, wifi radio is for you. The Grace IR2000 from Amazon was my choice. It arrived in the afternoon. Within 15 minutes it was wirelessly connected to my Linksys router, spewing out the stations.
Summary: Got the radio and set it up. It was able to connect right up to the wireless router once I entered the code. Once connected, I downloaded the registration key and updated the firmware. One of the main reasons I got the radio was for the Sirius internet radio.