Sad there are not any good reviews of these cams.They are decent quality as long as you keep the distances down to a minimum. The closer to the camera someone is, the better the detail is. Quality degrades a good bit after 25 feet or so especially at night. Also keep in mind that the live view is going to be higher resolution than playback quality. I believe this system to be primarily for inside use because the way the connecting plugs are, however I placed all mine outside and just wrapped up the connections with electrical tape and will re-post if something goes. I was also a bit skeptical as the packaging was not padded in any way whatsoever. I figured something would be broken and I was right. It was only the mouse that came with it and it was very cheaply made anyway. I had an old corded mouse that I replaced the broken one with.The instructions were in broken English and made little sense. It was easier to find videos on Youtube to get an idea of how to set the system up. Took several hours to set it up and get the cords tucked away. The dome cameras can be adjusted to face any direction after being mounted, while the bullet cams are best for straight away shots, and adjusted up or down the easiest and are more tricky to adjust once mounted. After install, Id prefer all dome cameras as they are easier to aim and can be adjusted simply at any time. The bullet cams require a screw driver to adjust.One thing I would suggest if one is planning on doing what I did and getting 6 cams on an 8 channel system in order to expand the system at a later date.Get a system with as many cams as channels. It is cheaper in the long run as 2 more cams would have cost me another $10-$20.00. Now I have to spend $70 to get 2 more cams and the cords to run them. Also be sure to get one with a hard drive as without one it does not record. I have not hooked mine up to the internet yet but will re-post once I do with how the functionality of that works. Overall I am very happy with the purchase.