Just finished terminating the 48 port version of this panel. I was very pleased with the quality. I certified all ports with an inexpensive certifier, not a $10,000 Fluke, and they all passed just fine.
I bought two of the 48 port panels (7306). They are garbage! In one case, 6 of 8 sections had bad ports and in the other case 5 of 8 had bad ports. This cost me a lot of time and money in lost productivity as I had to spend a lot of time troubleshooting.
I also bought two of the 24 port panels (7255). I had to move them over to the 48 port panel so that I could continue to work on my wiring project. Not a single port was bad on the 7255 panel.
This was a major QC fail on MonoPrice's part. This entire project was based on MP parts, The cable (over 8500 feet), keystone jacks, faceplates, and punch panels were all MonoPrice. This is the only part I had any trouble with.
The best part of these panels is that it's modular, you can unscrew 6 ports at a time so if you have a dead channel you can replace without doing the whole panel over again. Here's the snap about this panel, you cannot punch it down with a impact punch more than once (even on the lightest setting) as it seems to cause issues and break the chain on the circuit board. My advise is to have a very sharp blade on your punch or use the tool it comes with or something similar and cut the excess.
PROS: Comes with clips to hold down the wire after punch down, modular 6 port channels.
I have been in the Business Phone/Communications Industry since 1981. I have used many many different Brands through out these years. And I am very Happy to say that these are as good or better the then Top brands in the trade, ie ICC, AllenTel, DynaCom and Lucent.
I will be back for more and you are now my supply house for this and more.
Just be aware of the two "cons" and this product will make you lots of money.
PROS: Price very reasonable, consistant quality, comes with frame screws, terminating caps, a fresh cable butt'r & ty-wraps
CONS: If you are using a probe to tone out your wiring be VERY careful when probing the port, you will bend the pins and and cause opens. Also the shoulder on the port will not support a RJ-11 plug. If you are interconnecting 2-wire devices crimp on a RJ-45 plug and all will be well. I have used dozens of these and those are the only two issues.