Summary: Just purchased two of these and they are performing well in a large and very old 3 story house. Setup was easy. The Access Point in located on the 2nd floor. I gave it only 4 stars in Performance because I had to replace the 3dBi gain antennas with 8dBi antennas to eliminate two spots in the house that dropped from 5 bars of signal strength to 4 bars.
Summary: I had a few issues with setup since I am using with a domain and not a typical network connection. Wireless AP was up and connected, without assistance, within 30 seconds of being plugged in to power and switch. Signal level seems at least as good, maybe a little better than a Netgear with an aftermarket antenna that supposedly produces 9 dbi gain. Unit is running cool after 24-hours use. Hopefully it will continue.
Summary: Purchased 2 of these to to cover an open area of about 250 feet. The web interface is clumsy. They won't stay connected. You can't designate them as an AP or extender. Just a chincy, cheap product. I won't buy from this manufacturer again.
Summary: If you're tired of constantly doing battle with your wireless router, just to connect your laptop at home, look no further. This wireless ACCESS POINT works perfectly, with practically NO configuration to have to deal with. It is NOT a router, but an ACCESS POINT you can plug into your WIRED home network. After constantly adjusting, re-configuring, upgrading firmware, etc etc etc on a wireless router, I finally had enough, and bought THIS. It's wonderful.
Summary: This wireless access point does not (according to amped support) support the apple protocols such as AirPlay, AirPrint, iTunes, etc.... I have a mix of apple and non-apple devices and this poor support for half of the devices I own will cause me to consign this device to the scrap heap. Be aware of this shortcoming before you buy this device, in every other way this device has worked well.