In a word, Solid - # 10046 Slim Cat5E Punch Down Keystones
2017/02/15 These have dropped in price in the last month. Slims are exactly as advertised & pictured, worked as described with wall plate: Product # 6835 2-Gang Wall Plate, 8 Hole. Others seem to be having issues using 4 / 6 / 8 hole wall plates, but I had zero issues. And this, my first time using CAT5 connectors & wiring. I recommend having & using a Punch-down Impact Tool, like Product # 7043 That Monoprice sells when installing these. The color of the Slims matched the wall plate ordered from Monoprice. - Pros: Inexpensive, quality construction, wiring diagram for either 568A or B, worked as advertised in Monoprice wall plate - Cons: Price dropped slightly since purchased, could have saved a dollar (sarcasm)
I don't understand the point of having slim keystone jacks if they still don't fit next to each other on the panel. I got a panel with only 4 holes to ensure that there would be enough remove between the jacks but I was wrong. Otherwise, these work fine.
I used these in conjunction with PIDs 6539, 6731, and 6542 to wire up my house for Ethernet and antenna. I can put up to 8 TVs and plug in up to 8 devices in 6 rooms in my house. The modular nature of this unit is great, and for the price it can't be beat! It does require a punch-down tool (110-type), so if you're not a regular with telephone and Ethernet wiring, I recommend using the Toolless Keystone jack, PID 310. Use this one only if you've already got a punch down tool and want to save a few bucks.