Pros: Flexible hours, work from home
Cons: Low pay, little support
Don't expect to do a little training and then start earning good money on your coffee break. You're only paid $10 for training and qualification, which can take much longer than they anticipate--AND if you are switched to another project, you may have to do another round of training and qualification at that lower rate. You won't immediately get a paid assignment, and once you do, the job may dry up, and there is no guarantee you'll be assigned to a new one immediately. Supposedly you earn more for better accuracy and speed, but sometimes you are rated without getting any feedback, so there's no way to improve.
Scoring requires full attention--don't expect to get much done with kids around--and often requires unpaid time to read anchor papers and scoring explanations. The scoring explanations can be baffling--the most common answer when calling the scoring help line is "Make sure you go back and read the anchor papers."
Buyer beware: this job is not as ideal as it seems.