Summary: This item is OK as an ADSL router only but if you want to log on securely (https port 443), set it upright (no stand), collect firewall logs by e-mail, add as a gateway or add a WAN interface don't bother. There are similarly priced alternatives that do more. I had to return this item but otherwise it is fine as a basic ADSL router, hence 3 stars.
Summary: So far I am disappointed with this product. Despite having some features that made it appealing (eg the dual band, USB support and apparently using Broadcom chipset) I have found it to be poor at its primary role - being an ADSL modem! Although my phone line is long my Billion 7800N modem synced at over 7000 for about 2 years with actual download speeds around 6000-6400 and I was never aware of any dropouts.
Summary: I wish I had bought this router as soon as it became available. I struggled with a Netgear N600 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit ADSL2+ from January to July when Netgear upgraded me to v2 in recognition of the problems I had faced. Th upgrade router failed to recognise printer, USB connected devices and ethernet connected backup drive. I got as far as I could go with Netgear support and (November) have still to hear what they are going to do.