Summary: This router replaced a BT Home Hub which had started to give trouble. I have had Netgear routers before which was the reason for my choice. It was easy to set up and works well. My only criticism would be that compared to the Home Hub it is quite large and needs to be placed discreetly within a living area to avoid being obtrusive.
Summary: After suffering from increasingly poor wireless performance from my BT Homehub 3 for some time I did my research and decided to buy this router to connect to my BT Infinity service, rather than potentially waste hours doing pointless things at the request of someone in a BT call centre in a far away land. If you are reading this review searching for a new router, don't buy this for standard (ADSL) broadband as it does not have an internal modem and will not work.
Summary: So I bought a new router for my house only to find that this is the EU version, meaning you have to buy an EU to UK adapter to make it work. DO NOT BUY IF YOU LIVE IN THE UK, YOU ARE GETTING THE WRONG PRODUCT.
Summary: Please see my comment supporting the JJ Carter's review. I bought this product to replace a slower and older netgear WND3300 on the basis that I thought Netgear would be easy to set up and reliable based on my experience of the WNDR3300. I was wrong. It was a nightmare to set up - wasting a whole evening after work trying to tinker with it to get it to recognize my internet, finally using my previous router's MAC address to get the internet to register.
Summary: Bought this as a replacement for a BT Homehub 4 as I was hoping for greater range. This seemed to be the case at first but I was plagued by continual IP conflicts and frequent drop-outs. I eventually set up discreet IP addresses for each of the devices attempting to connect. (This should not be necessary with DHCP) Address conflicts were resolved but not the frequent drop-outs.