Summary: I was very upset that I could only get 32 Mb/s down with this router on any of the wired ports, with or without QoS enabled. I contacted support, and none of the recommendations corrected the issue. I swapped it out with a trendnet and am now getting my max 160Mb/s wired without issue.
Summary: I work for a local cable company, so luckily we had some 12v 1.5a adapters laying around that worked well, and ever since it has been running quite nicely. Never did figure out what was wrong with the original cable, though.
Pros: Decent speeds, has a GB switch, which most routers in this price range don't.
Cons: Power cable started making a loud buzzing sound 2 days in, and the router was flashing some fault code. I couldn't find anything about fault codes in the manual or on the manufacturer website.
Summary: I almost always read reviews before purchasing a product. The reviews on the wap3502v2 were glowing; best thing since sliced bread. No quit the case. The signal was weaker than the cheaper unit I replaced. I would never purchase a ZyXel again.
Summary: I only need 802.11n, and the ability for the router to act as primary or secondary, and still have access to the USB devices locally. I have had no issues with the router, LAN, WAN or Wireless. The setup was easy and it has extensive documentation.