Pros: Well made, sturdy, easy to install, easy to configure. The signal strength is higher than I thought it would be. Seems to be a good value for the price. Under $100. Looks great on a drop ceiling. No ugly antenna. RANGE, baby.
Summary: The user manual is poorly written. The repeater is not reliable. When it works, it is very powerful, but it also appears to interfere with the source access point rather than repeating it at times. There does not appear to be documentation on how to improve the repeater performance. Would not purchase again.
Summary: It is great. What more needs to be said? It has the longest range of any AP even at much higher prices. I have two of these on our net work. One is configured as an AP and covers a huge area on two floors with 5 bars to every corner. The other is configured as a universal repeater and is in a building about 150 feet away and is being fed by outside AP EnGenius EOC 2610 and provides 5 bars of service throughout that building.
Pros: Perfect for what I need at my home. Currently have two in service (will be adding a third) in a Wifi roaming arraignment. I am using 2 of the 4 SSIDs (one for private access, one for public access), separated using VLANS. The setup of the access point was easy and self explanatory. Also, I am using PoE. That works like a charm. As others have said, the LEDs can be turned off, which is a good thing because they are quite bright.
Pros: Has outstanding coverage up to 120 feet away from the device. It has acceptable coverage out to1/4 mile and it acts like a great device for home use.
Cons: This one was recommended to me to install in a convention center and they failed with the first function that went into that convention center. It turns out they have a maximum of 25 devices logging in simultaneously, I had over 1,000 people trying to use it.
Summary: The product installed and was setup without any hassle, however it has been constantly timing out on data requests. We tried moving the AP to rule out interference and conducted a site survey as well. The Engenius support forums aren't moderated by the company and there's very little documentation available. Looks like it's going back!