Summary: This is not necessarily a con but keep in mind if you do turn on the extended network feature, give this this "extended network" another name. If you don't then your broadcast SSID (assuming that your network name is not hidden) will show up twice, and you wont be able to tell the difference between the two.
Pros: Camera's Infrared is pretty good. Image in the dark is very clear. Extended Network feature comes in handy for areas where there is poor wifi coverage. Using mydlink, camera is easy to setup and configure. Long power cord allows you to set this camera up pretty much wherever you wish except outdoors. It pans close to a 360 degree and pans up and down via controls.
Cons: Firmware setup may not go smoothly. You may need to download and manually install the firmware.
Excerpt: I am very happy. After reading all the comments I was not sure I was going to like it, but I am very pleased and the picture is very clear and higher quality then I thought it would be for the price. Might even purchase another.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Easy to Use, Efficient, Quality Construction, Reliable
Summary: I downloaded the Dlink camera software for the android. It requires you have the IP address of your network. This is ok if you have a static IP, if not you'll want to look at Dynamic DNS software. There is settings inside of the camera configuration for Dynamic DNS as well.
Pros: Network Extender, this sure helps if you are putting it downstairs by your main entry to the house. I often sit outside where the signal strength is a bit minimal.
Cons: The camera will function inside the network. If you decide to remote access the software is not the easiest thing in the world to setup. If you are not familiar w/ networking etc., you may want to have someone come help you out. It does not take a lot of knowledge, but it can require port forwarding etc. from the router.