Pros Works like a dream, little to no droped signals, aquires network quickly and holds that signal well.
Cons First install and the card fried, returned for a new one and worked well
Summary The only reason I give this an 8 and not a 9 is that the first card I bought fried on install, I returned it to Best Buy and got another. The second card works great. When coupled with the Linksys WRT54GX4 with SRX400, it is the best wireless system on the market. I have no dead zones in the house. I can use my laptop where ever I want to. It works as though I was wired into the network. I get signals that are above the average 75mbs in all areas of the home. In fact, I was able to go to my neighbors house and still get a 30% signal strength across the street. Not bad in my book.
I think the SRX400 technology is key to it's full potential so make sure your wireless router has SRX400 as well.
This card is a sound investment for anyone wanting the best in wireless. In my opinion wait until the pre-N cards work out all the kinks before upgrading to a full 802.11n wireless system. You know how new technology can be, and the 802.11n networks will be no different.
Pros Easy to use and very powerful
Cons what cons? there are none
Summary This is a great network card. Not only does it boost the speed of your Net browser, in addition to the same router, gives you outstanding performance. There is NOTHING better then linksys.
Pros Good Range, Very Compatable, Easy Setup
Cons A Little Pricy
Summary Unlike what many say about the SRX products, they work great. As a network moderator on a moderate network, I think its great. Works through many walls and good reception through wood floors, and many walls. Proof; I'm typing this up about 75 feet from the router (linksys w/SRX400) and have Very Good to Excelent signal strength with full 240Mb\s speed. Works very well with standard 802.11g networks also. Operates much better than standard wireless G notebook adapters I've used.
Pros speed and range
Summary When paired with the Linksys SRX400 router you get amazing speed and range.
Pros Radio Shack took it back
Cons Didn't work
Summary There's a fine line between providing security and providing wireless products that work and Linksis provided a secure router that didn't work. Had all kinds of trouble with all kinds of screens, lots of security issues. No instruction booklet, a nightmare. The setup asks questions you might not be able to answer unless you're a hard-core geek. Took it back, bought a Belkin (which Radio Shack didn't carry -- went to CompUSA) and everything went seamlessly from then on.