After owning and setting up numerous Foscam cameras, I would suggest this one. Although it isn't their top-of-the line camera, it will do will to a range of about 50ft, even in low-light. Wireless works pretty well, I've had some weird things happen and had to reset the cameras, but nothing to make me throw them away. The only thing I dislike about them is their recording setup. I currently have mine configured to record to an FTP server, but it records .jpg images, not videos. So, as I have it configured, it will trigger with motion and record 1 frame/second for at least 5 seconds.
Now, as far as wiring goes, it includes a RJ45 (Ethernet) jack (but I prefer wireless), and a power socket. Foscam sells extensions to the power adaptor, so reaching a power outlet hasn't been an issue.
Lastly, the interface is a little clunky and the English is a little off in most menus(be sure to update the firmware from the US site), but you can get a wide range of uses from this camera.
Overall, I give the camera a 4/5, could use a little more recording features, lacks the wide-angle lens of their higher-end models.