Cons: Wireless transmitted died within 6 months of moderate usage. When I attempted to contact Linksys to RMA the unit I was told that I would have to pay $40 for a trouble shooting session before they would RMA the router. In essence you have to pay Linksys $40 before they will let you return defectiv...
Summary: I used to think Linksys were reliable, easy-to-use routers, but this is the third one I've had in the past 5 years. Needed regular rebooting (monthly) and finally died after a year, similar to the previous two.
Summary: I didn't need the N speed and got tired of the disconnects so replaced it with a used WRT54GL which works perfectly.
Pros: Pretty easy to set up. No problems with wired ports.
Cons: Some of my wireless clients like the kids' Nooks and a Tivo box lose their wireless connections. Reconnecting from the client sometimes works, but usually have to reboot the router (several times per week). Other clients work perfectly and never lose connection. I have the latest firmware install...
Summary: Be careful when you purchase something from the marketplace because if you have a problem, you must go through the vendor to resolve the problem - not Newegg.
Cons: This router was shipped by a marketplace vendor, not Newegg. These items have a special part number that is different from Newegg's products. The router is defective, but worse than that, it was used when I received it. When I called Linksys for tech support, I was refused because it was original...
Pros: Reputable brand, nice design, good specs, stronger signal.
Cons: Data stream inconsistent. Streaming video buffering all the time. My other 5 years Cisco router won't even do that. Exchanged once, shipping on my own. Not worth exchange again because the sale price is cheap. Gave it to my friend to give it a try, Same thing! Don't waste your time and money.