One neat feature is that if you have another IP camera you can set the web gui up to view that one as well (the "Multi device" setting).
I was actually planning to have this one's io alarm input connected to a doorbell, then pull out a mic and speakers to be able to redirect incoming deliveries.
It also works with the TS109 NAS network storage server (surveillance station), in the generic jpeg mode. This means that it can be scheduled to record data directly to the NAS (although not on motion detect since the generic jpeg mode in the ts109 doesn't support that).
The only drawback is that you have to lower the Internet Explorer security settings to accept the ActiveX plugins. And, if you are picky, that the guys doing the GUI hasn't figured out that using Times New Roman works best printed, and non-serif fonts are preferred in GUI's.
All in all I can recommend this product from what I've seen so far.