I would like to say that the product is excellent and flawless but I can't. When I took it out of the box and plugged it in, I found that the screen has a dead pixel in the lower 1/3rd of the screen -- a conspicuous white dot when displaying a dark image. It's disconcerting because I expect such products to be in the best possible operating condition when I receive them. So I was faced with the dilemma of returning it vs. keeping it. Returning the frame is such a pain. So I'm living with the flaw. Odds are, you'll buy one with all pixels firing. And I suspect that it will perform satisfactorily for a long time.
Scarlett: I bought it for a Christmas present for my wife. She liked it but I only had loaded about 100 pictures at that time because I had been busy trying to decide which one to use. The reviews I saw were mostly very good (better than the others). Because our cameras' are not digital, it takes a long time to scan from photo albums and slides, crop, adjust and size to 1024 x 768 pixels. We have been married for 53 years, so you can expect we have a lot of pics, but they are the film type. I am working hard to have enough pictures to give the frame and the pics to our 3 children next Christmas. So, to answer your question, I have not used this photo frame very much since Christmas. I would ask someone who has a digital camera as they would be using the frame more after purchasing than I. This frame came out originally in 2011 and was upgraded in late 2012. Phil B.