I ordered the iGrill mini as a Christmas gift for my husband, who loves to grill and smoke meats both indoors and out. Out of the package, it felt a little cheap in hand - it was light and seems to be made of lightweight plastic. It also took some time setting up the sync between his iPhone and the app, which was a little irritating. Additionally, the battery was all but dead. But the worst of all is that the range is NOWHERE near the 150 feet it boasts. We couldn't get more than about 10-15 feet away from the unit without it losing its signal and disconnecting. We tried everything we could think of, including heading out in the midst of the Chicago Polar Vortex to buy new batteries for the device. Even after installing a brand-new battery, the device only showed 60% battery power. Once we had exhausted every 'fix' we could think of, including spending hours looking online for help, etc., I decided to call iDevices and ask them for some assistance. Basically, I was told that they are aware of the battery issues and that part of the problem will be addressed in a future update. However, when I told the representative that we were having trouble with maintaining our signal at even short distances, I got what amounted to a big run-around and a bunch of nonsense excuses. I was told that any interference in the 'line of sight' between the device and the iPhone/iPad would cause a disruption - - INCLUDING oven doors, walls, cabinetry and even a human body. I was told that it is the nature of Bluetooth technology to lose connectivity regularly. (This, despite owning several other bluetooth devices that never seem to have this issue.) We were offered no help, no refund, nothing. Consequently, it seems like our iGrill mini will be solely used as an in-kitchen meat thermometer and not as a remote monitor as it is described as being.