I have always liked Netgear products, and the WNR2200 is no exception. The build quality is very good, the product looks neat and tidy, and it works perfectly well. The web management pages in particular are very slick, and the documentation is well laid out. However, there are a few minor criticisms, particularly compared to my old DG834 ADSL router:
1) Boot time - the WNR2200 takes ages to boot, around 1.5 minutes, and far slower than my Linux PC (and even my Windows PC). Given that my old DG834 had fully booted in less than 10 seconds, and the WNR2200 doesn't seem that much more complicated conceptually, I have to wonder what it is doing during that time. This is probably the single biggest gripe with this unit.
2) LED indicators - the old DG834 blinked the ADSL and port link LEDs when there was activity on the lines, which gave me some idea of the network traffic patterns, and whether something was downloading something it shouldn't be. With the WNR2200, the LEDs are just solidly lit, which isn't that useful.
3) Vertical mounting - the case design means that if you mount the unit on the stand, you can't see the LEDs when viewing from the right hand side.
The only other comment to make is related to the particular seller (AVIDES) on Amazon - they supplied a unit with a European power supply, rather than a UK power supply. They did throw in a UK to European adapter, but this means that the power supply ends up being very cumbersome and ugly, sticking out of the mains socket by 11cm, as opposed to less than 6cm for a proper UK supply. I worked around this by purchasing a proper Netgear UK power supply from ebay, but of course this added £10 to the cost, and I should not have had to do this. The seller should stock the WNR2200 router with a power supply configured for the UK market.