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the thing is that I also have a $40 credit to best buy, yeah go figure I get these things as presents.. stupid giftcards..

anyways, I have 40 to bestbuy and I can get this with it

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage....=1051826245223

I don't really need the firmware.. unless I can also get firmware to work on this router, but to me its not worth it to spend 40 extra to get a router a lil faster
If the netgear suits your needs then I would more than go for it, I personally have had bad experiences with belkin, not as reliable as Linksys and Netgear etc, so I would stay away from those routers.
 
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I second that netgear. Or third or whatever I wasn't paying attention. But yeah it works great for me. And I only paid $20 for it at circuit city
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post #13 of 14
I've loved my Buffalo since I've got it, over a year now. I had it flashed with DD-WRT. I thought something was wrong with it, so I did an RMA. Turns out it was my fault lol

Buffalo has great service, btw.

Unfortunately, they're under investigation for copyright infringement or something, so they have forced to pull all their wireless products off store shelves until further notice

It's a shame, because my model, the WHR-HP-G54, had hundreds of reviews on Newegg, and it won "customer's choice - routers" many times.
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Well since u have 120$ credit u might as well buy this Linksys WRT300N its a great router!
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