This chapter presented an attempt at comparison of the above outlined picture of knight`s manor house in the area of medieval Polish kingdom with information about similar abodes in neighbouring areas. The author also discusses view about supposed functions of “motte-andbailey” towers, inclining to a thesis that they are dwelling abodes, which were formal reductions of pan-European scheme of abodes of motte type. Another group of issues concerns research postulates in reference to excavations. The biggest amount of sites was excavated till the end of the 1980s. At that time, dating with physic-chemical methods or dendrochronological was extremely difficult to access in Poland. Hitherto presented in literature reconstructions of manorial buildings themselves seem to be too simplified and do not refer to a rich tradition of wooden architecture in Slavic lands. Another postulate is dedication of more attention to material culture of the investigated abodes, both by archaeologists and historians.