I have mixed feelings about this place, but overall it worked out well once I adjusted my expectations. Molokai is a rural island with a slow pace, and that's also true for the resort community.
Positives: A beautiful beach perfect for watching the sunset and spotting whales and monk seals; great trails--you can hike for miles on the abandoned, overgrown golf course and along the coastline and share it with only a handful of people; nice upgrades just like the photos; and great Internet service. Decent value for the money. Quiet time from 10 pm to 8 am is posted at every unit's door and was respected by all the units near me during my stay.
Negatives: Many of the units were constructed with screens in place of several windows, so it's almost like sleeping in a tent. The wind blows all the time, helping cool the unit, but if your condo neighbors smoke, you'll smell it; if they play music or have small children crying, you'll hear it. Over a third of the buildings in the "resort" are abandoned and falling down. The pool is maintained and there's a small convenience store on sight with limited hours; otherwise, you're on your own. A small general store is in Maunaloa about 10-15 minutes away by car. Kaunakakai, the main town, is about 30 minutes away and 10 minutes southeast of the airport--be sure to go buy groceries before heading out west to the property. Not a good swimming beach, and the surfing is for experts.