Summary: If you have a kit in the house that games now this is the product of a life time, it will not let you down the regular router will not perform like this talking router. So step up and get gamming.
Cons: Thousands. If you want peace of mind never ever buy any TrendNet product, it sucks. Customer service is horrible. They have outsourced customer service in India and they won't provide any support unless you buy it. They won't tell you if the product is discontinued and then you'll have to pay for...
Summary: Got what I paid for, which in this instance was a working signal for a few days but certainly a waste of money and time. Trendnet support was the worst too. Purchased a much better secure and quad band router elsewhere.
Pros: Price Good for a few days
Cons: Trendnet support wanted to charge $65 to answer trouble shooting questions related to establishing a secure wifi. They said it was a discontinued item they no longer supported and would only provide assistance when they were paid. This seemed like a bait and switch. Connection (unsecured) worked ...
Summary: Do not buy, swapped for a refurbished asus model, been great so far
Pros: Decently fast hardline speeds
Cons: Constant loss of WAN signal. If you needed to reset it, you had to pull the cable modem, then replug in the router. Dropped connection, disappointing WiFi range. Not worth the packaging it came in. Will not be buying a TRENDnet product again.
Pros: Had a good wired gigabit connection for the price but now I have to reset it often.
Cons: Wireless is pretty much useless. This has a worse signal than a $10 off brand I have. I hoped this would be an upgrade but I'm going back to the old router. Wireless has to be reset often even when I can get connected. I've had many routers before and this one ranks dead last.
Cons: Was fine for a day then it stopped communicating with my DSL modem. I try powering everything down and then backup but after a couple of hours the problem always comes back. I can ping other comupters on the network but can't access the DSL modem.