All three of the products, The Wirie Pro, Rogue Wave and Bitstorm’s Bad Boy Xtreme MJ, use the Ubiquiti Bullet-M2-HP radio device as the cornerstone of their system. The radio device amplifies the signal it receives from local shore-side Wi-Fi stations, known as access points or by the abbreviation AP, and broadcasts your data back at maximum legal output. Range varies depending upon environmental factors, line of sight and the hardware attached to the Bullet-M2-HP. In my testing, each of the systems performed perhaps 25 percent better than Lyra’s older mizzen-mounted Bullet 2HP. As expected with such similar hardware, all three performed in a nearly identical manner with regards to the number of access points each could find. Therefore, I will focus on cost, peripherals, overall ease of setup and use and the firmware interface.