Pros: This little guy does everything. It will Label wires, cables, make heat shrink labels, print barcodes, and has special features for labeling electrical panels, printing vertical or horizontal, making flags, or settings for data cables. Also lots of symbols and adjustable text sizes and styles. It can print on 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, and 3/4 in. labels.
Cons: Heat shrink labels are expensive at around $35.00 for one roll and prints 5ft of heatshrink labels. The flip side of that is no one said you had to use that feature.
Summary: Rhino 5200 is great for network and electrical panel labeling. The Polyester labels are very wear-resistant, but have a memory so aren't good for tight diameters. If you're labeling flat surfaces go with Polyester. The other tapes are Vinyl and Nylon, both are flexible but Vinyl can be used in direct sunlight. (The above took a very long time to figure out; most sites, including Dymo, won't really tell you the basic things you need to know.
Summary: Don't get sucked into buying a lower quality Office Supply label maker. This Dymo 5200 is the real deal. And, with the rechargable battery included, the Dymo 5200 is actually less expensive than the others. In our maintenance storerooms, we have three Dymo 5000 and six Dymo 5200 labelers in use. Perfect!