We've had this iPod dock from Panasonic for a couple of years and while it's not without problems (niggles really) I think it's a fantastic gadget to replace a bulkier stereo system.
You can play CD's through the dock and also stand your iPhone/iPod in the recess to play the music you have stored on those devices. Both ways work well and it's welcome news that we haven't had to get rid of our CD collection as when we were looking at docks a lot of the ones we saw didn't have the capacity to play a CD.
The sound quality is fantastic, sharp and clear with no wobbles at all. The dock can be operated using the buttons on the top or through the remote, personally I tend to use the buttons as the remote has an awful lot of options for such a small device and I get confused very easily with things like that!
The only issue I have with it really is that the dock claims to be able to charge an iPod or iPhone, and while it does charge it up this takes a heck of a long time even if the dock isn't being used to listen to music at the same time. Even an overnight charge isn't long enough to fully charge my partners iPhone 3GS all the way up, and that's pretty poor considering when it's plugged into the electric socket the phone is charged within a couple of hours.
You can listen to DAB radio through this dock and that's something my partner does more than me, we've programmed in our favourite radio stations (both FM and DAB) and it's really easy to find them now. The scan function is pretty slow on the dock so it can be a nuisance if we want a particular station in a hurry but the same is true of a lot of DAB radios so I can't fault this dock in that case really.
I'm more than happy with my Panasonic dock, it's used by everyone in the family as we all love our music and no one has ever complained about any aspect of it. For around 100 quid you can't go wrong if you decide to purchase - it's a respected brand which works brilliantly and is perfect for a busy family home such as ours.