The Good Gigabit Ethernet. 5GHz dual-band radio. Plenty of features. Web UI and software offers better help for the networking neophyte than the competition.
The Bad Is not simultaneous dual-band. Internal routing speed limits its 5GHz throughput. Short warranty period does not inspire confidence.
The Bottom Line The WAG320N establishes itself as a good all rounder by marrying good performance with useful software and a decent set of features. The dual-band is not simultaneous though, it doesn't use 5GHz to its best potential, and the short warranty period is a cause for concern.