Summary: I have had this router for about 2 years without any problems. I use this for my SOHO. The only thing I didn't like was that the web interface was too limited so I had to install the DD-WRT firmware; tho this may void warranty it's worth it.
Summary: I would like to say, I've had the v2 for two years now (two of them in fact) and I've learned, NOT to have them the fullest bitrate possible, it's best to keep at max of 130, because it creates dead spots when close to it and sometimes when far away.
Summary: Works great with DD-WRT, and easy to install too. Don't know how it works with factory firmware though. I'd say the only con is that it has a pretty big footprint for a router, but it's not huge by any means.
Summary: I just bought the Netgear WNR834B RangeMax N Wireless Router on sale at Walmart for $69.97. This is my first router we just got a laptop so we needed a router. I was worried a bit about setting one up since it would be my first time but the set up was a breeze with the included set-up CD.
Summary: I just got the product today from Amazon and decided on it because Consumer Reports rates this model #1. When I opened up the box and tried setting it up, the CD didn't start up. I have Vista 64bit and not all CD's will work on my system so I called the customer service number listed on the support...
Summary: First let me say that have Verizon FIOS service outside Washington DC. We've been relatively impressed with the service (30/5), especially in our wired computers. I've been less than impressed however with my wireless laptop connection.