Summary: I'm not an expert on networking, but it's much faster than my old one and I haven't noticed any connectivity issues. I like how there is a separate sign on for guests. It was super easy to hook up and set up.
Summary: I've bought 3 of these now. One 2 months ago, 2 more just this week on sale. Being able to flash both Tomato and DD-WRT firmware is a huge plus since I can choose which one I want depending on features. It has a 16MB flash to fit the largest firmwares for both Tomato and DD-WRT, and the cpu is basically as fast as an RT-N66U. The wireless range on them are just as good as external antenna due to the built-in amplifiers on both radios.
Pros: Lots of features (Dual band, USB, gigabit ports). Able to flash Tomato & DD-WRT.
Cons: Cisco default firmware is really bad. 5GHz radio support by Tomato is poor at large transfer rates due to internal USB driver.
Summary: I have been using this router for 5 days and have about 7 devices connected. I have not had a single connection dropped. It has a very easy step by step setup for beginners and also has great features for more advanced users. i would definitely recommend this router specially if it is on sale.
Summary: Bought this router on sale at $67.99, which I think was a very decent price for this type of router. I'm not a sophisticated user, so can't comment much on the technicals of the router. However, the upgrade from a wireless-G router to this router has marked a significant increase in signal strength around the house. It probably won't be phased out for another 4 to 5 years.
Pros: -Easy to set up, -Good price for a medium-high end router