Summary: I just purchased to make my house wireless. It is kind of hidden that it is a router and a great one at that. Our home is about 1500 sq ft and we have 3-5 computers for different users in the house. We have had up to 3 on at one time WITHOUT SLOWING DOWN THE INTERNET ACCESS but says can be used up to 5 I believe.
Pros: It's a nice unit with a good configuration interface and seems to have a strong signal. It comes with a PoE injector which is a nice plus if you want to remotely power it. Our laptops connect nicely using WPA2/AES and have good signal strength over most of our office.
Cons: Unfortunately trying to get it to work with iPads is infuriating. None of the 3 iPads I have access to could connect using WPA/WPA2. Two of them can connect using WEP but the third can't connect to this unit no matter what settings I used even after resetting the iPads network settings. All three iPads could connect to my Linksys AP in WPA2/AES mode without issue but strangely they won't connect to it in WEP mode.
Summary: This AP has most of the bells and whistles that the standard home/small office AP offers. The problem is that I wanted this AP as a repeater, and yes it will do that as too, but only with WEP encryption, the WPA's encryptions all cease to be an option when used in repeater mode and that means changing your router as well. i.e. you have to change you router encryption to WEP in order to use these APs as a repeater to the router.