I got my grandstream phones budgetone-100s from sipphones.com not bad phones real nice audio quality and very loud ringer, the unit has a menu config option and http config option (http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) of the phone and you get an easy to config setup. plasticy lightweight build but not a badlooking phone and I do not see any reliability problems with it in a office environment (hey its 60-65 vs 290+ for a cisco set) the unit has a nice time/display always on with a backlight on the keys/lcd for night use. Great value for 60-65 bucks, easy to configure and supports straight IP dialing for proxyless environments, lots of codecs (unfortunately no GSM though), flashable firmware and tftp mass configurable. I recieved the set and sent one over the mail to my cousin upstate. He plugged his and I plugged mines in it was as easy as setting up a regular analog phone (plug and your ready) the numbers,etc... preconfigured by sipphone and labeled so you always know what number the handset is. it works well. www.grandstream.com has technical details and manuals etc.. for full details www.sipphone.com click add to cart, pay and in a week or so you have a pair of preconfigured units that anyone can setup (plug power in back, plug cable to hub, phone rings in a few seconds with a sipphone welcome verification and your good to go) nice easy experience. https://secure.pulver.com/pulverinnovations/order_grandstream.html also has them 65 each (same pricing as sipphone) Anyhow the guys at sipphone.com should think about selling these units through bestbuy,circuit city etc.. since they are preconfigured they are plug and play and it is under the magical 100 dollar price point making it a easy sell. I can see mike living in NY buying one and telling JOE in California to go to the store and pick one up.