I have owned this router for a year and it has been mostly stable. Strong points are that it's fast, easy to install and easy to configure. The configuration page (188.8.131.52) has a LOT of features, which are explained well and presented well. You never feel like there's something you want to do but can't. Particularly nice are the customizable port forwards for various applications, mainly for opening different ports for different online games. The router itself is very slick and has a blue external LCD that displays a clock, network status and transmission speeds. While you may think this is just for flash, it's actually very helpful and a big improvement on the blinking light indicators most routers use. D-link also has something called Gamerfuel which is just a fancy term for being able to prioritize traffic, so when you play a game, the packets sent and received from the game get the best speeds (over say, those MP3s you're downloading). I haven't really messed with Gamerfuel, turning it on doesn't appear to significantly impact latency in most games I play. Turning it off doesn't seem to impact anything either. But it's a nice thing to have in theory. Overall, this is a really nice router with a stiff price tag. The features are great but it has mysteriously crapped out on me in the past, which is a strike against reliability (my ISP did not go down, only the router stopped broadcasting). In each case resetting the router fixed the problem. Your mileage may vary.