Summary: I have to admit that initially, I was skeptical. It wasn't until I was finally fed up with my poor wireless performance in my house to my PS3 in the living room that I decided to give it a shot. There are many Powerline network options out there for far less money but reading up on the specifications and comparison shopping led me to choose performance reviews over bargain shopping.
Summary: Combined this product with a D-Link DIR-815 router. My bluray player now connects to the internet flawlessly. Could not do that before using the wireless feature on the bluray, and a max-g router. Even tried other dual and routers without this pseudo-hardwire device, but they did not work either. I'm very happy with the way this device performs.
Summary: This is really easy to set up. Just like it says, plug in and your house wiring is your ethernet wired network! Downside is you cannot buy a single unit. I needed just one more to set up my network in all rooms but they are only sold in pairs.
Summary: Limited instructions. Poor performance in 7-year old one story house in N Las Vegas. Difficult to maintain communications lock. Drops connectivity at least 3 times an hour. Would not recommend.
Work very well, once you configure it with trial and error
Darth Pinche, Amazon
12 May 2011
Summary: This product is excellent and delivers high speed internet through my powerline just as advertised. However, the documentation is very sparse, as is the utility software that it comes with. It did not work for me out of the box,until I reset each unit to factory defaults by connecting each unit directly to my PC. Once done, a great connection. I had to try a few different outlets to get the fastest connection.
Summary: Might work in your home, might not. Didn't in mine. Data transfer rates varied from one outlet to another but none were very good. I'm convinced this product is not for everyone. Try it if you like, but keep the packaging and be prepared to send it back.