Works as advertised. Some direction as to installation would have been helpful, but I was able to find some good photos online. The word "front" is printed on the card and the only clue you get. Standard protocol regarding static discharge and making sure your machine is turned off, etc., apply of course. Overall, this is a good product: Small, uses less power, creates less heat, does not have dozens of chips to reset regularly, cannot 'wiggle' and touch your SCSI card in slot-7. I am very happy with it. Competitively priced.
The RAMS/8 works really well, and replaces the huge Apple RAM expansion board nicely. Everything I've thrown at the board under GS/OS indicates that the board works perfectly.
A little bit more documentation might be nice, though. There's none in the package, and none that I could find on the vendor's website. Only a small mark on the board indicates which way round it should be installed. It might be nice to have some links to RAM tests or other diagnostics too.