Summary: I bought this to use with my Synology DS1812+ so I could set up link aggregation (802.3ad) which this switch supports. Spent way too much time trying to get it to work with that. Thought I'd save some money buying this unit but ended up buying a HP ProCurve 1810-8 instead (which I should have done the first time).
Summary: I bought this switch for one reason. I wanted to create a bandwidth limited wireless network for my bandwidth hog of a son. It turns out that the nice, simple ingress and egress port rate limiting in the GS108T-V1 has been removed from the GS108T-V2, which is what I received. My son is spared and I am very disappointed that my threats have been empty. I now have a pointless wireless access point and a stupid smart switch that I don't need.
Summary: I'm a network engineer used to dealing with datacenter class equipment, so maybe my expectations are skewed... The switch itself works ok. But this is supposed to be a "managed" switch with SNMP support. I expected to be able to graph the traffic of my switch ports. To my amazement, this switch only supports 32 bit interface counters. 32 bit counters were fine for polling every 5 minutes on 100 mbit interfaces, but they are useless at gigabit speeds.