Summary: I bought this access point to expand my wireless network in my house. I decided to setup it up to go only wireless 'N' so not to degrade my speeds. I left my wireless router to handle the B/G connections. I have also set it up to use the 5 ghz to limit its range outside my house and to prevent the B/G router from messing with it. I have been using it for months and have had no issues with it.
Pros: 4 port switch, both 2.4ghz and 5ghz support. All the features of the router lines and familiar setup interface.
Cons: No status LEDs for each ethernet connection. 2.4ghz and 5ghz bands use separate config files. Newegg was out of stock/discontinued when I purchased, had to go with another vendor.
Summary: Do not buy this product. D-links firmware is horribly complex and only slightly better then the DAP-1522 which I have had to go back to using. If linksys ever upgrades their network bridge to 450 speeds I will probably be going with that.
Pros: Looks pretty sleek and for my TiVo it's fast.
Cons: Refuses to work with any of my Apple or Sony products. Only device I have gotten to work with it is a TiVo.