Summary: Bought it based on earlier reviews. Bought 2 and put 1 of each on DD-WRT and also Tomato, both works flawlessly. Did take a bit of time to find out what to use, make sure you get the right firmware.
Pros: Can install Linux based Router Firmware like DD-WRT and Tomato
Cons: Signal is a bit weaker but so far nothing wrong
Excerpt: directions clear. Unit in place & functioning in a very short time. A design that showed lights on front of unit would help when checking status of connection lights. Very helpful service personnel.
Summary: Can't ask much for a cheap 2.4GHz router. Bought 2 of these to use as a wireless client and repeater. Once I loaded Tomato on it, I realized the antennas or wireless receiver is weaker/lower quality than in the WRT160N and Valet M10 that I have. It still picks up the wireless signals fine, but it's about 4dB weaker than the other 2. Transmit power doesn't matter though, since I can crank it up using Tomato or DD-WRT.
Pros: Cheap, wireless n 300. Can load tomato or dd-wrt.
Cons: Not gigabit ports. Wish it was dual-band but for this price, not gonna happen.
Summary: Some reviewers complained about only being able to connect three items, but it is stated on the box 3 or less. I live alone and it's just what I need. I plugged it in and hooked it up to the modem and ran the disk and it connected on its own. I didn't have to do anything else. It took all of five minutes.