Pros: I can't believe how cheap this router is going for, AMAZING load balancing, we ran a LANparty off of 3 cable modems with this and the speeds were excellent. This router is the best bang for the buck you can get and was extremely stable.
Cons: 100Mbps, but I have it hooked up to a 24 port gigabit switch so the WAN is the only thing that is on 100mbps. The settings can be a little confusing but after some tweaking here and there I was able to get it all right after about 30 min.
Pros: Excellent router. I have a customer with a tough environment and we tried a couple of different routers, but their network and point of sale system would occasionally go down. We have had zero problems after installing this router. Great router for the price range.
Pros: RR does a pretty good job on its own to manage bandwidth. Lots of options, for 50$ really neat deal. I was able to load balance a 3Mbit DSL line and a 4G phone (tether). Mutiple session aware apps (Steam) can pull 4.4+MB/sec bandwidth on given situations. I get about ~20mbit on 4G.
Cons: RR doesn't work well for balancing gaming traffic if you're using a satellite/wifi connection that can be bursty with unpredicatable latency. Otherwise, it does a fine job - has been stable thus far.
Pros: I bought this to replace a failed trusty router that finally gave up the ghost. I wasn't even looking for the load balancing features which I later started using. This router is awesome! (I have V1 model).
Cons: There are a few tiny little bugs in the routing rule table but nothing that you can't work around.
Pros: I concur with all the good points mentioned in these posts. Also, there are 2 revisions to this model TL-R470T+. They are revision 1.x, and revision 2.x, and I mention this because 2 of the features that I needed are available only on the more-recent revision 2.x devices.
Pros: Change from 1,2,3, or 4 wan.Lots of features load balance,mac clone,ap binding, etc..Nothing in this price range comes close to this.Most that compare only have 2 wan ports and are Well over $100
Pros: Price - bought for $55. Worked straight out of the box, since its default setup is 2 WAN, 1 LAN. I needed it to load-balance two cheap broadband services into one "broader-band" so that together they would be almost 100% reliable. For this purpose the R470T+ is so far working exactly as expected.