Summary: I have been using the WRT150N for over a year without any problems. When I firsst insteller the WIFI i had it surroounded by indoor plants (it's not pretty in a bedroom). The range was quite limited. I moved the WIFI away from the plants and the range became acceptable.
Summary: I ordered this router so I could extend the range of my home network. When it arrived I went to set it up like my old router running dd-wrt and couldn't get it to work, so I flashed it to the latest version and it seemed to configure fine. However it disconnects at random times.
Summary: I bought this router to replace a failing DLink. Setup was simple and straight forward. It's been running for about 4 hours with no hiccups. My new XBox 360 connected without any issues and online gameplay is as smooth as it was on a wired connection.
Summary: I got this to replace my Linksys WRT54G wireless router. Loaded the CD, followed the prompts, did the router firmware flash upgrade and presto! Had to do some minor configuring on the laptop, but once that was done, the router works very well all over the house.
Summary: Many of you have probably seen references to DD-WRT in other reviews and wonder what it is. It is a firmware upgrade to your router that was created by an opensource group called, as you may have guessed, DD-WRT. This upgrade is available only through their website, not through Linksys.