The ClearClick film 2 USB Converter is a decent enough way to digitize color slides if you are an amateur, not too fussy with the output and are willing to deal with the machine's quirks and capabilities. Remember, this is a seventy dollar device, not a six hundred dollar scanner. If you, like me, are trying to salvage a couple of boxes of color slides from the 1960's that have been sitting around in the attic for the last 30 years, and want to do the job cheaply and quickly, this may be your device. If you want super professional output, you should look elsewhere.The Pro's:1.Cost - can't argue there. It comes with a 4G memory card.2. Speed - the ClearClick scans your slide in less than three seconds - actually it's a little camera mounted on a viewer.3. The stack feeder for loading slides is actually pretty good once you figure out its quirks and don't force it.4. Transferring the finished scans from the 4G memory card (included) to a computer via USB is a breeze. I have an old i-Mac running on ancient OS and i-photo recognizes the ClearClick as if it were my camera, imports the files on the card in a second.The Cons:1. Quality of the image - If you are looking for more than FB quality stuff, you're going to have to spend more. Although there are a couple of image modification features, it's best to use your computer's imaging software to make adjustments.2. Quality of the device - It's cheap, all plastic, so you can't be rough with it. Be careful not to force anything, especially the stack feeder. You have to gently load the slides and as you advance through the pile, make sure you softly push down on the stack of slides so each one drops into place to be fed. The loading lever that pushes the slides through tends to stick if the slide isn't exactly nested in the feeder.3. The software is not terribly intuitive, menu button doubles for power off/on, the button with the camera icon doubles for several functions. The manual does explain the nuances.I haven't used the film or negative loaders, nor have I tried to connect it to the TV with the included video cableOverall, after about 100 slides scanned and a week's use I give the ClearClick Film2USB Converter 4 because it basically does what you would expect from a device at this price. Just don't expect too much.