Last summer my Dad asked what we could do to get better Wi-Fi coverage at our Lake house. They were looking to have good signal on both docks. He said he's seen Wi-Fi range extenders, but I told him we should steer clear of those. Having used Ubiquiti products in my own house, I figured it was the right fit for up there. He also asked about adding a couple cameras, and I knew that wouldn't be an issue.
Last summer, I installed the following:
1x Unifi AP Outdoor+
2x UVC G3
2x UVC G3 Dome
1x Unifi NVR
1x Unifi Switch 8-150W
1x Unifi Cloud Key
The system worked great, and my only complaint was I was using all the ports on the switch (I should have opted for the 16 port). Over the winter I added a Unifi Security Gateway.
Recently, we decided we wanted to add a camera on the detached garage, and in order to do that, I was looking at the best option. I thought maybe using the mesh gear, but ultimately after reading through the forum, I decided to go with an AirMax setup. I picked up (2) of the NanoStation 5AC loco from the Beta store, another UVC G3 camera, a UAP-AC-M, and a Unifi Switch 16-150W.
The 16 Port switch replaced the 8 port in the rack, and I movd the 8 port to the garage. The old AP Outdoor moved to the garage to expand the network reach a bit more, and the UAP-AC-M went on the house.
All in all, I think its a great system, and its been fun to use it as a playgroud with the different equipment.