I like the looks of this item. The mesh front fits my case design quite well. Installation was a snap.
My only complaint would be how one of the USB ports isn't straight inside the unit. Like, the one is slightly off kilter. Instead of being horizontal, one of the two USB ports is off by a few degrees. It doesn't sound like much, but it's very noticeable when the port right next to it is perfectly horizontal. And it absolutely will not budge to straighten it out. (It's really hard to describe in text.)
That simple cosmetic flaw is what cost it a 5 star rating. If it was $24.99 then I wouldn't care so much. But something of this nature that is pushing $50 shouldn't have any annoying little defect in appearance that jumps out at whoever looks at my PC. (I paid almost $50 when I bought it elsewhere almost a year ago. I see it's dropped in price since.)
And as for people complaining about the lack of drivers. Well, you would think that DIY'ers (you know, the same people who would actually order this) would know that it's simply an extension of the USB headers on the mainboard. That's all it is. There is one cable that runs from inside this unit and it plugs in to your mainboard. So, obviously there are NO drivers for THIS unit, per se. The drivers you need are your MAINBOARD USB header drivers. Your OS should already have them loaded anyways, but if not, then look up your mainboard manufacturers website and get the drivers.
And as to why someone said it IS NOT USB 3.0. Again, that is a limitation of your MAINBOARD. This unit does not magically turn everything into USB 3.0. You need a mainboard (or an add-on card) that supports USB 3.0 first, then you add this unit.