"Awesome Product for AVERAGE Home Users"4.5 starson by frankiep27
Pros: It's a Cisco System, Wireless Security is stronger than Dell
Cons: Range through the house
Summary: I think this router is great for most people. If you have a cable modem or DSL, you won't notice a difference by making the jump to wireless A so I don't think it's worth the cost. The wireless security on it is relatively good so long as you don't have any serious hackers in your area... supposedly it can be hacked in 10 minutes so that's a little worrisome. Bottom line, secure is not secure, but the router itself works awesome. Make sure it is in a room that the door is open to... I have found that if the door is closed, the reception tends to go down. I would also recommend going with linksys recieving cards too. Their third party software does a much better job at keeping a signal than does the windows xp client. If you find that you use the internet a lot more often that not, make the jump up to wireless a... there is a notable difference, especially if you are on t1 internet.Updated
One thing I forgot to mention in the review... make sure to enable wireless security. Nothing is iron clad, but it will keep the honest people out. If you didn't read your manual, this can be done by opening your web browser and typing in 192.168.1.1 (default anyway) and typing in the default passwords you find in your manual... Click the Wireless tab and the Wireless Security subtab. Here you can create the hex codes for your network. This will keep the MAJORITY of people off your network. Don't ask for 100% security, because if the computer connects to the internet, that doesn't exist. But if you use WEP at 128 bit encryption you will keep those hackers busy and not in your network.