Air link just plug and play (speaking on personal experiance) + its cheaper + its smaller and will fit without an extension cable.
I would like to elaborate more on the fact that, it really doesn't matter the make or the model of the adapter, if you prey your adapter open you will find the very same Realtek manufacturered chipset that is in the Airlink or the monoprice one. If someone is having hardware related trouble that's a probably a faulty adapter (regardless of the brand).
Now the need to troubleshoot is something else, your end-to-end pleasant experience has so many variables that its unreasonable to attribute it all to the adapter. Variables that ranges from the firmware version of the PBO, the router, the exact adapter placement relative to the router, number of radiating household appliances and wireless electronics and their place relative to signal path, even the interference with the neighbors' existing network. So if it went smoothly for you that doesn't mean it would go "trouble free" for everyone else.
While I do appreciate your positive feedback and your recommendation, I know we all need to reason to feel good about our purchases (especially with the existence of similar if not more convenient and cheaper alternatives), but the Zonet adapter can be anything but the messiah of wifi adapters, its not a one step solution to all the wireless streaming problems and certainly not any other adapter listed here (they are all the same) You haven't even reported 1080p streaming yet (not that I expect it to be any worse/better than the results already reported by the same chipset adapters)