Summary: Better logging would be nice and better help or tech documents as to all the different settings. This isn't just for Trendnet, but seems to be with every vendor of wireless products. There are many settings that can you can change and no real explanation as to what they do. <Climb on soapbox>More and more vendors seem to be using their forums for tech support to answer questions.
Pros: Works well and much better range than previous Linksys WRT-330N router that it replaced. Easy to set-up.
Cons: As others have posted, I have had to power cycle it a few times. In the month or so that I have owned it, maybe three times. No known reason why.
Pros: Affordable wireless b/g/n access point with WPA2. After getting the new firmware out of TrendNet it is rock solid 24/7, at least for the last few weeks it has been running the new firmware. Also, the right angle wall wart is a nice touch, you really don't think about it much, but it's nice that it only takes up one outlet space instead of 3.
Cons: Getting the firmware out of trendnet, which they still don't list on their website was somewhat of a pain. I understand the support desk probably deals with hundreds of requests per day, but when it's obviously a known issue with the device there's no need to brush people off.
Pros: Size is great, nice and small. The price is great for the features you get. If you have a router that has wps then the connection is a snap (My router doesn't have it). I've got it connected to my xbox 360 so the price is nice compared to the more expensive microsoft product and this one gives you some flexibility of placement.
Cons: The only way I could get into the web interface was to connect the thing straight to my PC and change the IP address settings on my NIC to 192.168.10.50 as IP. For me there was no other way to get into it. Even now that I have it connected to my router I still can't get into the web browser. My guess is that when it is in bridge mode the only way to access the interface and connected straight to the PC. If it's configured as a true AP then you'll probably be able to g...