I've just replaced my router with a wired-only model, so looking to replace the Asus router/APs I'm using for wifi with a proper mesh solution, as I'm tired of always finding my phone or laptop hanging on for dear life by a shoestring to AP1 when I'm in the same room as AP2. The Ubiquiti AC-LRs seem to be a popular choice and at a great price, but at least one if not two will be on standard POE (802.3af) switches, and the LRs are passive POE, so it seems I'd still need to use an injector, which seems dumb. The AC Pros don't have this problem, but then using those everywhere seems to be overkill, and I'd rather have the greater Rx of the LR model... For my uses it's probably irrelevant, but then I'm a stickler for theory I can't quite make out whether the handoff is also of Ubiquiti's own devising, loosely based around a standard, or textbook. Lots of different types and generations of devices using the network, so something that's going to handle all devices sensibly is desired. I'm likely to get a USG-Pro at some point in the future (once they finish it...), so that's another appeal of having something in the Unifi ecosystem. Google Wifi is another obvious contender, and I've noted some other consumer brands seem to be doing "real" wi-fi as well, but kind of put off by the latter. EDIT: I have some visitors from the US in a few weeks, so $125 for the PRO is more tempting. I assume when you do first time setup it asks you which geo you're in anyway, so there's not really such think as a US or EU model in hardware? EDIT Again: Hmm, seems the US model is hard locked to FCC regs, so maybe not a goer.