Well depending you will get quite a bit faster internet access and the speed fluctuation seems to be at minimum compared to MiamiDX. I got ~500 cp/sec (heavy speed fluctuation) with MiamiDX and now I get ~620-630 cp/sec (quite steady) with RoadShow. Also when you start the TCP/IP stack it's just doubleclick on a script. When stopping the stack it's the same thing.
The setting up was also easy. There are readymade scripts for quite a bit different configurations. And no more guessing if the miggy can find an ip address, the DHCP in RoadShow works nicely.
Oh, and the version was 1.7 so I happened to purchase it the same day it was updated
. Version can be checked reading the 'Version' -file in the root of RoadShow-archive.