Pros: This works acceptably well with the "Cooking Mama" game. It adds a little bit of physical reality to the game.
Cons: You have to pop the wiimote out of the handle when using the frying pan attachment if you need to point a something at the bottom of the screen (like "Start"). The frying pan blocks transmission if it points very far downward.
You get two handles for inserting the wiimote, and attachments for a frying pan, and a sort of Swiss Army utility device with a selectable knife, spatula and fork.
The wiimote fits into the handle well, the parts fit together, and, with the exception of the frying pan, the device does not block the signal to the wiimote receiver (unlike the similar billiard bar product).