Summary: Got this to replace a Dlink that died on me but I am only using it as a wireless access point (I use a Mikrotik as my main router). Coming with DDwrt from the factory is a big bonus. The range on the 2.4 Ghz network is great but the 5 Ghz is not as good (which is to be expected). You can also set up virtual SSIDs and have multiple wireless networks if you want. I am happy with this unit and would buy it again.
Pros: great range, DDwrt from the factory
Cons: a little harder to set up then some (cannot get time server to work_
Summary: The N600 is a extremely reliable and highly customizable router from Buffalo that comes with the awesome DD-WRT firmware pre installed. It was a pain to set up, but once I got everything the way I like it things have been going smoothly. Never have to power cycle due to connection loss, can handle lots of concurrent connections without speed degradation or signal loss, however the antenna quality isn't the greatest.
Pros: Very reliable, highly customizable, DDWRT preinstalled.
Summary: I've been using this router for almost 2 months and love it. I've purchased 2 others for client locations and the coverage is much better than the N300. I also find the load has dropped drastically. The N600 has a better processor so I no longer have this router causing a bottle neck with torrents or networks with over 20 concurrent users.
Pros: Runs DD-WRT, easy setup, good feature set by default, dual-band
Summary: Long time Apple user. This router is better than AirPort Extreme, Belkin, Cisco, etc bar none. Solved all connectivity problems in farthest reaches of home. Integrated easily with all devices in house.
Summary: Range is better than the old NetGear N-class router it replaced; I get a signal outside my small house and in the garage. Speed is consistently high. The only knocks are the flimsy base/stand which doesn't want to lock into place and stay put, and that the router wireless signal will occasionally drop out so that I have to reboot the router. This happens about once a week.
Summary: I bought two of these some time ago from another vendor. The first one I used at home and I love the flexibility of DD-WRT and this thing seems to have very good radio power. I was so impressed with it that I bought one to use for a wifi hotspot in a small business where I work. I was able to configure some really cool stuff.
Summary: I recently purchased a Buffalo external hard drive to backup my PC and was very happy with it, so I decided to opt for this Buffalo router. We decided to upgrade our FIOS Internet speed to 50/25 Mbps when we renewed our contract, but were not informed by Verizon until afterward that our original Verizon-provided router would not wirelessly support those speeds.