Summary: I have been using a WRT54GL for 3 years running DD-WRT with absolutely no issues whatsoever. I was looking to upgrade my home netowrk to wireless N, and get a bit more range and speed, so I figured that this was a logical choice based on my good experience with the previous Linksys devices.
Summary: I bought this to replace an ancient WRT54GS whose radio finally failed, with the intention of putting OpenWRT on it. I was a bit worried since the OpenWRT wiki lists this router as a work in progress, but it turns out the recently released Backfire 10.03.1 works very well, and my router has been...
Summary: Router worked ok for more than a year when there aren't many devices. When the device is fully populated, it can't handle it. Drops wireless connections, and even wired connection deteriorates. I expect these devices to work fine for definitely way more than a year.
Summary: I had been a fan of Linksys products for years, going way back to the first days of DSL, but no more. I bought this router and had pretty good luck with it (although it seemed slow) for a while. Then I started seeing huge performance problems.
Summary: When our old WRT54G died we decided to step up to a Wireless-N router. We've had this router for a couple years now, and also got an identical one for my parents, and have had mixed results with both.