As the first review states, the camera is good, the image is good, the audible sound is good, the parent unit is a good size and looks nice.
My baby doesn't need any music or to hear my voice for soothing himself to sleep, actually these things throw him off so for me it's not a problem that this monitor doesn't have lullabies, night light or two-way talk facility.
Now for the not-so-good points:
I can't really hear his breathing. I must turn up the volume to max and put the monitor on my ear and maybe I'll catch some breathing noise. Not nice!
The visually enhanced thermometer, although it looks wonderful and could be very handy, is always showing the temperature about 2 degrees higher than it actually is in the room. We think it's because the sensor, being on the camera unit, although not too close to the heat source of the camera itself, could be suffering influence from that heat source.
The switches on the parent unit are noisy. They do a "tack" noise when you press them. And, for instance: if you want to turn down the volume or the monitor brightness you can't just press and hold the button. You must press each time to turn it down, and it goes: tack, tack, tack, tack, tack. That noise, in the middle of the night, is quite loud and annoying.
Batteries: when disconnected from the mains the unit's batteries don't last very long. So here it's constantly plugged in. I've heard some people complaining that the camera unit only works on mains and not on batteries. To me personally that's not a problem but it can be annoying for some.
Also the unit comes with its own manufacturer set of batteries and when it runs flat you can't just replace them yourself, you must contact the manufacturer. But I don't want to think about it until it happens, to be honest.
Overall it does the job, I can see if the baby is on a safe position and can hear his noises and it does save us countless trips to the bedroom, but some improvements would be nice.