"ADSL version - don't bother. Complete waste of money."0.5 starson by seanyboy13
Pros: Handles mixed OS's (Windows, Mac iPhone) well. Local clients always connected.
Cons: poor chassis design, major overheating issues, poor performance which will slide enexorably until it dies (and it will)
Summary: Major over heating issue eventually renders it useless, internet connection is unstable and drops constantly. Had sent my original one back, now the replacement has done pretty much the same (the second one I opened the vents on the back to allow more air in, thus invalidating the warranty, but to no avail ) - I don't even live in a warm climate, and the router is well ventilated - I'm in Ireland for God's sake!! Even my old cable adsl router performs better than this, and remains connected without anny disconnections, where the Belkin got to the stage it would disconnect from the ISP at any given moment .
A triumph of style over substance - dont be fooled by the fancy display, its inaccurate, both on speed and clients displayed - most dont even show up.
Initially performs well, but slowly and inexorably becomes a lemon due to the overheating and inherent design flaws - whoever designed a BLACK GLOSS face with no air vents on the front of a router prone to heat issues is a plain idiot.
Have had a few Belkin products, but this'll be the very last one I buy. A real shame as there is real potential here, but my version at least feels like a so-so wireless router with a 50c ADSL modem added as an afterthought. BOO!!!