Pros: Just about all of it
Cons: Minor issues.
Wanting a radio and bluetooth device, I purchased this mainly for my kitchen while I'm cooking and for occasional get togethers. After staring at the Bose Soundlink for about half an hour trying to convince myself to shell out $300 for something without a radio, a sales associate suggested I look at this. It has iPod plastered all over the box and I am an avid Android user (Motorola Droid X and Toshiba Thrive tablet), so I didn't give it much thought. I connected my android phone up to it in about 3 seconds and played some tunes from my Google online library. I was quite surprised. It sounded great. Although, with all the TV's, stereos, video games, etc. playing in the store, I was still hesitant. I tested several more types of songs and decided to go for it. I got it home, connected my tablet up to it in a few seconds. It may not sound quite as nice as the Bose, but it is still very, very good. I tested how loud it could go, kept my tablet at half volume and cranked up the music. Little to no distortion. My wife actually came downstairs and asked me to turn it down because she could feel the bass in our sons room while he was napping. I let it charge up, unplugged it and took it outside on the patio. WIth the tablet inside on the counter, this thing still sounded great outside. I think it sounded better than it did in the kitchen. It was at least 30 feet apart from the tablet and never lost connection. I have not tested the charge duration, but I was outside for at least 2 hours with it playing.<br />Overall, I love the sound quality. I love that when powering up the radio and my tablet, the Bluetooth connects automatically. I love that it has an FM radio. I love the remote. I love that I can take this outside unplugged. It looks nice and stylish sitting on my kitchen counter. The controls on top are easy to use. The volume rocker and select buttons feel sturdy to the touch, not flimsy like you get in many products.<br />My only little issues are that there is no AM radio and my old iPod 3G 60GB does not work in it. All my music is in the cloud now, so that is not a big issue for me. Its a little heavy, but I don't plan on going on walks with it. The power cord is pretty clunky. I suppose the unit would be even heavier if it wasn't. I'd like to be able to tweak the sound to my fit, rather than the 5 loaded presets. I installed an EQ app on the tablet and it works great for that. All my issues are minor.<br />Anyone looking at the Bose, I would suggest you check this one out. It was on sale for about $200 when I picked it up. Absolutely no buyer's remorse. This one is a keeper.