Pros EAZY set up for my psp, ok range
Cons range could be a lot better, graphics aren't that great
Summary This thing was sooo easy to set up just plug register and go. The range is ok but could really be great but good enough for a four story house, I bought one for $150 at circuit city and it was worth it, I wanted something where I could watch TV on my psp without a frustrating set up and that is what I got.
So if you want tv just for your psp this is what you want, but if you want it on your pc then I suggest the slingbox.
Pros Problem-free once installed.
Cons Additional computers require additional SW CD which is unavailable.
Summary With high-speed Verizon FIOS in the house the video on my laptop is as good as what is seen on the plasma TV in the family room. Installation was surprisingly simple. I connect from my office which has slower DSL and I have to reduce the rate which lowers video quality particularly with fast moving changes, e.g. sports.
The lack of availability software CDs LFA-2 to add other computers is a drag and might convince others to go with Sling.
Pros If you can get it to work then you may get to watch T.V. from your PSP
Cons They say it's easy to install, but really insant.
Summary When I first got it I tried to install it myself only to realize that I wasn't "tech smart enough" to connect it to my Dish Satelite Reciever! So I called a Geek Squad Agent to Connect it for me. Even he himself couldn't believe how difficult it was to get it connected. After the Geek Squad Agent spent something like 4 hours with a Sony Agent we both gave up.The Sony Agent's reason for all the trouble was beacuse I was using DSL. The Geek Squad Agent claimed that DSL wasn't the issue but something with the product itself. I eventually got a sling box and that was way more easier! That only took like 15 minutes at most. If you can get it to work for you consider yourself lucky!
Pros Pretty good picture with good audio. Fabulous tech support.
Cons The picture could be better. Difficult setup.
Summary I purchase the LF-BK1 a month ago in the US so that I could pipe real TV over to my home in the UK. Their answer to TV is disimal at best. I chose the Sony over the Slingbox even though it was $100 more. I may be somewhat disapointed in the video quality but without their tech support I would have shipped it back. It worked great when under my own sub net at my home in TX. But when I took the laptop it was set up on to the UK it require a frantic 3 way phone call with Sony Tech support in the US and with my nephew in TX. I was a pity the tech support doesn't accept overseas calls on their 800 number. I spent an 75 minutes on long distance (the Brits are real proud of their phone system). It turns out that my 2 wire DSL modem and the Linksys router were fighting each other and preventing the port forwarding. The solution was not very straight forward for the Sony Techs, but they pooled their talent and solved the issues. The service is very acceptable (the video could be better), but the wife can now watch Y&R and her "TV friends" like Regis & Kelly. Thanks for making my life bearable again. It doesn't hurt that now I can play golf every afternoon for she's glued to the laptop from 4-8 pm.