I have been awaiting Belkin to release this thing since I first saw the cable version long before Christmas.
At last I have it.
It is nice. Its smaller than I was expecting, its shiny. Looks good next to my TV.
It has 4xgigabit ports, three ariels for N1 draft wireless, and an ADSL port, so no need for seperate adsl modem.
Setup is really easy, you just plug it in to your computer via a cable, type routersetup into your browser, and away you go.
Its fascinating watching all the different displays you can get about your network, and when the wireless works, its fast if you have an N1 compatible card (connects about 300Mbps max). My Vaio connects at 54Mbps, which is its max.
It also works fine with the Nintendo Wii.
The problem I have is that after a period of time of no wireless use, such as over night, or during the day, the router will not respond to anything wireless. It requires a reboot of the router to make it work again.
This is annoying and at the moment there is no solution, or even any support pages for this router on Belkin's site.
Hopefully these problems will be fixed with an update, so if you are thinking of buying one of these and you use wireless I suggest you wait a bit for the inevitable firmware release.
Since I wrote the above I have found that turning the authentication from supporting both wpa and wpa2, to only wpa2 corrects the problem. So if you are happy to use just one authentication like I am the router works fine.
I have also had no problems using this with a Nokia N95 and an Apple IPOD Touch.