The Good Most helpful web UI we've used. Wireless performance is decent, especially at close range. Big WPS button and automatic firmware update checking should make things a little easier for new users.
The Bad Lack of control over wireless configuration. 2.4GHz only offered in 802.11g if you enable 5GHz radio. For the price, we'd expect gigabit Ethernet.
The Bottom Line Netgear's DGND3300 will best suit new networking users thanks to its helpful interface. Wireless performance is acceptable, but its configuration limitations are of concern for power users, and for the price we'd expect gigabit Ethernet.