Pros: I liked the layout of the router options. There's an option to change the power output that goes to the wireless antenna... that's awesome for someone like me who's farthest computer from the router is literally under 10 feet away.
Cons: It's kinda flimsy and the power cord for the AC adaptor was shorter than most. Did not come with a ethernet cable.
Cons: I bought two of these. One made it 24 hours the other lasted 7 days. I tried to use these as clients to an existing AP. The first one the power went out after 24 hours. The other kept dropping the IP from the DHCP client.
Summary: This is an awesome router! It does exactly what it is supposed to do without the big price tag. The only thing that isn't very user friendly are the directions. You need to know a little bit about computers before you attempt to install this on your own. If you don't, have a friend that knows something help you. Other than that, great value I have had it for over 2 years, 3 households and 5 computers and it works great.
Pros: While I will admit that the http-configuration menu is not immediately as friendly as that of say DLink or others, once you actually take a moment to get used to it, it's not bad at all and is very intuitive. Good wireless G performance with a solid 60 foot indoor range (as the crow flies - through walls and floors) if not better. I'm very happy with this product.
Pros: Needed a basic wireless router for a client with a typical set-up (desktop, notebook, XBox 360). Worked right out of the box with virtually no set-up; only needed manual to get the setup IP address and default username and password. Also has surprisingly advanced features (WDS, bridge mode, AP mode, client mode) for an inexpensive model. Pleasant surprise. Performance (so far) seems fine.
Cons: Base for standing router vertically has flimsy latching hooks, and the marks showing direction to slide it into locked position are hard to see; use care installing the base. Removing it intact will be a challenge; softer plastic would help. Router doesn't come with an ethernet cable, which was a minor inconvenience--be prepared if you're doing a new install for someone else. All in all, minor issues.
Pros: Needed a cheap wireless router and this one seems to have all of the basic features any home user would need in a wireless router. I have been utilizing it on my second internet connection being DSL wirelessly and I haven't experienced any problems yet with it. The interface is pretty self explanatory.