Having changed recently from satellite broadband to Vodafone ADSL to reduce costs I could no longer use my Linksys Wireless-G as it wasn't an ADSL router. Setting it up with the rather poor ZyXel router that came free from Vodafone left me extremely deflated, and not a little annoyed. The Internet radio in the kitchen received no signal at all and reception in general was patchy at best anywhere except the room with the router. Figuring the router was the problem, and having previously good experience with Linksys I looked at all the models on the market at the moment. This one seemed the best option for the price range I was looking at. Installation was simple on my Mac and the broadcast range was boosted immediately. I can now use my computer in any room of the house and the Internet radio works great.
Edit: Two years on and this router is starting to creak. The main problem I now have with it is its inability to work with Bonjour. Basically, it's impossible to use a wireless printer with your iPad through this router because it doesn't deal with bonjour correctly. Linksys/Cisco are no help, usually passing the buck on to either HP or Apple. They have no plans to update their software so it's now a useless product if you want to use a wireless printer with your iPad.
Further information: For anyone who has this router and cannot use a wireless printer, I have added a cheap TP-Link (TL-WA701ND) Access Point to take over the Wireless communications. I connected it to the Linksys (as an Access Point), flash upgraded its software then copied the Wireless configuration from the Linksys onto it (including security, SSID etc), rebooted the TP-Link and switched off the wireless on the Linksys. It may not be the most elegant solution but it works.