Summary: Where to begin? I bought this long ago for ~ $15 at a bargain store. I've never regretted it. Pros: *Extremely reliable - never drops a connection (maybe 1-2 times over 3 years? and that was probably my fault). *I can max it out at 116 mbs with a wired connection (very good throughput).
Summary: I think I'll just stick with Linksys. I have a Linksys with Tomato installed. Works great.
Pros: Easy setup. Original bought it to extend my wireless connections. I also like the gigabyte LAN ports.
Cons: I tried to use it to replace the Linksys wireless router connected to my broadband modem to take advantage of the gigabyte LAN ports. However, it drops the wan connection off and on. I Replaced the router with my Linksys wireless router and WAN drops wet away. I didn't see a DHCP client list.
Summary: I see where a few people had problems with this, but I did not. This router took about five minutes total to get going and has great range. I had a Netgear that we had to keep tuning off and back on because we kept losing our connections.
Pros: Great price for a capable router. Small size, large antennae, supports a large number of wireless router configurations and capabilities. It is located in a rarely used vacation home where the temperature can drop to the low 40's in the winter. Has been working flawlessly so far.
Cons: The CD disk is not a walk through installation wizard it only points you to the routers internet URL that gets you into the internal configuration screens. You need to be familiar with the wireless settings and their labels in order to be able to complete all the configurations.