Bought this because my ISP-provided router turned out to be useless, causing major DNS-related problems while denying me the ability to edit the settings I needed to in order to fix the situation.The TP-Link router has been a big improvement; far more customizable and with very few errors. The only reason the score isn't 5 is that there were been two episodes (in the last month or so) in which both wifi and ethernet access has suffered repeated drop-outs while trying to stream music and video across the network, at the end of which I had to turn the router off for a bit to recover. I actually suspect these were to do with the router overheating when placed on a flat surface, as it was extremely hot to the touch. Its main ventilation holes are on its underside and there isn't very much clearance for air to circulate, with some very small feet raising the base only slightly off the surface it's on. I have now propped it up on a couple of old bits of tile under said feet to give a lot more room for circulation and it's much cooler to the touch now; there have been no protracted episodes of flaky network access since then. So you might want to try that if you have this issue. Not a hard fix to apply, but you'd think it should be able to cool itself adequately when placed on a flat shelf. Anyway apart from that it seems a good DSL router and definitely a massive improvement over the ISP-provided one - wifi access now stretches pretty much throughout the house. Certainly good value, and easy to set up.