Summary: If I could, I think I would give this 4.5 eggs due to the price being a hair too steep for someone with my budget, but my budget is lower than most people, so many people may be perfectly content buying this at regular price. I thought I remember it still being cheaper than it's competitors.
Pros: -Great deal while on sale -5GHz compatibility -Plug and play on Linux! (At least, it is on an Ubuntu based distrobution) -No other connection problems that had anything to do with the adapter (mostly ISP specific issues)
Cons: -The regular price -It doesn't do my taxes and mow my lawn
Cons: Right from the start the upload and download speeds were slow. Tried reinstalling the driver... No change. Running the test next to a laptop connected by wifi to the same router, the laptop got 9Mb/s and this adapter got 0.4Mb/s. Rubbish! It's going in the trash as soon as I can find a replacement.
Summary: Fast, solid connection but... driver issues. I would get intermittent lag while playing games online. Turns out the driver version available on their website is dated 9/19/2012. If you search for Atheros AR938X drivers, you should be able to get a newer version dated 12/11/2014.
Summary: I had one of these for my HTPC and decided to build my Sister a new computer. She needed wireless, so I bought another one for her. I bought this one because I have had such good luck with mine. Mine picks up a strong signal form the upstairs router.
Summary: After using it for at least a month, this have given me one of my best experiences with my WiFi. It was really easy to install and lightweight. It was about the size of my palm and it was pretty sturdy too.