The board is as advertised. Its very small, everything is SMD populated, including switches and female header. It supports both normal logic voltages at the flip of a header pin jumper. Also its about 1/3 the price as the SparkFun FTDI breakout, and there arent tricks played like trying to get customers to buy a 5v and 3.3v version even though they are the same with a jumper change. Overall these work as they should, but do it for a lot cheaper and no need to solder tiny components like the other boards around.
I was intrigued by this little power supply when i saw it on tindie. I had no idea how useful it could be, but bought it, thinking it could be occasionally useful. It took me a little while to set up, as I only run linux and had to install windows to access the included software. The whole process was very well described in the documentation, the end result being a great little product and associated software, a breeze to use and has reduced some bulk from my portable tinkering kit. Great job.