Summary: Bought this router as a replacement for my old Cisco wrt160n. The initial setup of this router is quite simple, just follow the "quick setup" at the router's web interface and you should be done within 5 minutes. The range is definitely better than my old router. The 5Ghz wifi able to reach the furthest room with almost full speed, which my old router not even close in reaching that area. The speed was almost maxed to my internet provider speed as well.
Pros: -Cheap, -Working great at 5.0Ghz, -Reasonable long range
Cons: -Useless 2.4Ghz, -Takes about an minute to reset when saving router configuration
Summary: After a lot of research into problematic N wifi routers, I bought this in the hope it would have greater range and reliability than my 9 year old Draytek Vigor 2600 G wireless router. Sadly, it is inferior in every way. Its easy to setup, but everywhere in the house I get 80% signal with the old G router, and 60% signal with the N router (2.4GHz). Even in the same room as the N600.
Summary: This router is not worth the £69.00 I paid for it. Straight from the box, it was nothing but trouble. I ran the installer disc as recommended by TP-Link, The router installed no problems, but issues started happening immediately. 1.) The installer disc configures your ethernet adapter to a maximum of 10Mb, Therefore on that computer is restricted to 10Mb - So I had to reconfigure the adpater manually back to the 100Mb setting.