"NOT NAS friendly"0.5 starson by avagodro
Pros: Very easy to setup using the Easy Setup Key.
Cons: Web based configuration, for advanced setup, is hard to maneuver. The router has a built in universal plug and play feature, as does my windows home server, but the router doesn't recognize the server.
Summary: I bought this router based on CNET's recommendation, but the router is going back to the store in the morning. My only recommendation is that if all you want to do is connect computer to the internet using a router, then the Cisco Valet is a good option. However, if you need more advanced features, such as attaching a network storage device to the router, then keep looking elsewhere. I'm not a networking novice, and after spending 3 hours trying to get the router to talk to my Windows Home Server, plus an hour on the phone with Cisco support, we still couldn't get the router to see the server, which was connected to a LAN port. Of course, support said it had nothing to do with their router, but was an issue with the server. I have an old Belkin wireless G router, and immediately after plugging in the server the router detected it. I was setting up the server in under 5 minutes.
Once again, if you need simple routing for multiple computers to the internet, the Cisco Valet may be a good choice for you. But to connect a network accessible storage device, forget it.