I agree, don't get the Obi 110. I've owned the 110. It was very buggy and after 8 months completely died on me. I can't testify on the 202.
Did you ever update the firmware? Obi makes it easy -- login and click the 'update' icon.
Since Google provides GV for use only from their webpage (which the Obi, Asterisk, etc. emulate), their frontend (the webpage) always works with their backend (servers). This is, of course, because they control both and provide a functioning system.
When there is a a GV tweak, the backend interface (to which third-party devices connect) changes. Third-party developers must then identify what's been altered, write a fix, and deliver it in the form of an update. Obi firmware is among the fastest to be updated when one of these changes occurs. But it does users no good if they don't do the update!
Both of the 110's I've put in have been rock-solid.
Last edited by q2n; 01-25-2013 at 08:00 AM..
Reason: make "user" plural for clarity