Summary: Very easy to install. Has chinese firmware. Use a firmware emulator to find the upgrade firmware button. English firmware can be found at TP-Link. Internet connection has a tendency to drop out now and then and you have to reconnect again.
Summary: does what it says, simple, cheap, easy to use, user-friendly setup, its still getting its job done after months of use. setup is a breeze and is possible, you'll need to restart your computer probably and remember to have your computer off when you set up the cables
Summary: I have not tried this with the original firmware as I immediately loaded DD-WRT onto it when I got it. I received hardware version 4.29 which was easily converted to DD-WRT. I am using this in client bridge mode to extend my wifi to a computer and printer which don't have wireless capability. It is working great so far and has better signal and throughput than other wireless devices in the same location (have compared to iPhone and a Laptop).
Pros: Cheapest router I could find on NCIX which is compatible with DD-WRT. Great signal strength, easy to setup, cheap, looks pretty good.
Summary: This router is really awesome and cheap. I live in an apartment with no option of running wires. I have the main internet connection in the center of the house with my NAS device holding all my media data. With two of these routers connecting wirelessly to the main wireless router I am able to stream all my media from one central location to the living room and bedroom.
Summary: I have a bluray player with streaming capability but I was tired of the cord. The wireless attachment for the player is 80 dollars and I was not going to pay that much. This router has WDS Wireless Bridge capability which gives me a wireless connection between my bluray player and my main network router. I had some problems setting it up but an email or two from the support staff solved those issues. Following the setup in the FAQ section of their web site really helps.