Summary: didn't configure out of the box. Had to call support. It died in about 6 weeks. Linksys quality has gone straight downhill since they were bought by Cisco. Routers last about 18 months, and cable modems last about 24 months. This lasted 6 weeks.
Summary: Technically this product works, and once you've setup it will just do its job and you'll forget that you have it. But to get there is quite the hazzle. The install instructions are incomplete, and whoever designed the product made a lot of assumptions about your environment, which is most annoying.
Summary: I bought this when I moved into my basement apartment to avoid having to run ethernet cable from one side of the 3 bedroom ranch to the other side of the house. So far I am very please with the performance of the bridge.
Summary: I like linksys products typically. In fact I was really upset when Verizon FIOS switched me to their proprietary router. But this wireless bridge was ALWAYS acting up. I could never get it to stay connected to the network for more than 24 hours.
Summary: The product is great. Enables me to upgrade firmware for my electronic components and allows me to connect Wii to the internet from another room. BUT, about 85% of the time you can't just plug it in and it works so you have to call tech support.
Summary: I had to replace my trusty old D-Link DWL-810 bridge with this Linksys WET54G when I upgraded my wireless network from 11b to 11g. I'm an experienced computer professional and even I had some trouble getting the WET54G configured properly.
Summary: I really don't get why so many people are complaining about how hard this bridge is to setup, I got it working in a couple of minutes. I am going to guess that the windows software that comes with it is must be really bad.
Summary: Simply put this works but you have to play with it. I found that it was terrible at holding signal when there was anything in between the bridge and the source. Sure it will connect but drop outs were frequent.