Summary: The WiFi operated Sonos system that I recently installed in our second home has been in use for about two months and I've experienced zero issues with the device/system. I recently aligned the Sonos system on the wireless network as I attempted to add an additional "room" to far from the connect box. The use of the wireless net within my house allowed me to extend the Sonos system to speakers outside the house.
Pros: Add Music With Min Wires, Clear Sound, Easy To Set Up, Good Remote, Interfaces Well With TV, Intuitive Controls, Stable Platform, Well Balanced Sound
Summary: The Connect and the speakers are unique in the market place. High quality. Easy to set up. I have a Blackberry Z30 and I had to buy a third party software, Room Tunes, to be able to control the beast. PC and IPad softwares work well. Room tunes works fine except volume control. Would like to see the software be able to play the music directly on the devices: PC or phone or tablet.
Summary: The connect really completed our system, modernizing our existing stereo and combining all the music in the house with Sonos. We have a stereo pair of Play1s in the bedroom and the Connect is now a component in our stereo receiver. It's the best of both worlds, getting the convenience and functionality of Sonos with the audio quality of our beloved Harmon Kardon receiver and Klipsch Heresy speakers. What is especially cool is the Line In functionality on the Connect.
Summary: Not sure why we didn't do this sooner, but am thoroughly delighted with our new Sonos sound system. It's easy and intuitive to use, which is saying a lot for the technically-averse and challenged person that I am. It sounds great, and we have music everywhere.
Pros: Clear Sound, Easy To Set Up, Good Remote, Intuitive Controls