Pros Nice looks , compact , bridge function ,....
Cons Setup little complicated
Summary I am having three routers with me DLINF -DI624 , LINKSYS WRT54GS , and This one .
all the three are almost equal in performance , however i could see a lot of reviews where many people are having problems with Dlink and linksys . Buffalo promises to be one of the best products in wireless. I didnt
notice any flaws in WHR-G54S Except for the setup , it could be little difficult for newbies ..
Pros reliable wireless connection; small footprint with vertical setup
Cons software setup was rather confusing under WinXP
Summary I don't have a lot of experience with wireless networking, but this seems like a nice solid router for the money. Got it for $39 from an eBay seller. The eBay'ers run a deal where they split the $20 rebate with their buyers, which isn't a bad deal if you HATE HATE HATE dealing with mail-in rebates as I do. Physical setup was very easy, but software setup was much less straightforward. The CD wouldn't autorun for me, and I had to visit the Buffalotech web site in order to figure out the setup options and such. Perhaps a more experienced wireless user would have no such drama. Anyway, would NOT recommend this router for a totally non-technical installer. Otherwise like it.
Pros Ease of installation, signal strength
Cons can't think of any.
Summary After trying 2 linksys routers i tried this one. what a difference, i tried to set up the linksys routers for about 2 hours before giving up and also when linksys said 'i have no idea'. Setup was so easy i didn't have to call for support.
"Outstanding"on by road_rage64
Pros Very stable, cool looking
Cons Haven't seen any yet
Summary I live in an apartment building, so needless to say, there are a lot of other wireless networks , cordless phones,and microwave ovens that make it a less than ideal environment. I've tried several of the big name brands (IE: Dlink, Linksys, USR, and Netgear). None of these even come close when it comes to stability and performance. I installed DD-WRT firmware right after I took it out of the box, configured it, and just let it do it's thing. In 3 weeks now, it hasn't rebooted, hasn't lost wireless signal, hasn't dropped any connections, and as a matter of fatc, it hasn't even changed ip addresses on my Yahoo dsl line. If you're tired of all the hype about Linsys this, Dlink that and just want something that is rock solid and quietly goes about it's business, this is definitely the wireless router you want. No if ands or buts about it. Well worth the $39.99 price tag at Circuit City
Pros Very Stable Router
Cons Very Daunting Set-Up- Client Manager Useless
Summary Purchased this router after my Netgear WPN824NA crapped out after only 31 days. I also purchased the matching laptop adapter. Set up to me was a nightmare (newbie on wireless). Had to print out the set-up from their web and go page by page to set it and the adapter up. Speeds vary between 36-54mbps. No disconnects so far. The Client Manager software is pretty useless and I cant see any useful function. Better to go on 192.168.11.1 for any relative info. I would buy it again now that I know how to set it up.Updated
Better to email. Called twice to phone support and seemed like I was annoying them. Couldnt rush me off the phone fast enough. Use e-mail or web.