I've been using the new Voyager and compared with the old iSpot, here's what I observed:
+ MUCH SMALLER!
+ Accept 8 devices (iSpot only take 5 devices)
+ Since it's newer device, if it dies, Clear will replace it within 12 months (at least that's what the CSR said)
+ WiFi signal seems to be much stronger
- Non-user replaceable battery
- Cannot do static DHCP (connected device have the same IP address all the time)
Now I am wondering what to do with the Clear iSpot device. Sell it?