They've got a lot better with the base software. I highly recommend them now, didn't for quite a number of years, the configurability of the software in the router wasn't up to par until about 3 years ago or so. They have great range too.
The only thing confusing is that their DMZ is called Default Host, took me a bit to figure that one out the first time.
Edit - My only gripe is having to restart the base station for every little setting change. You can make a lot of changes and then restart once, but if you only change one setting you have to restart too. There isn't one setting that doesn't need a restart if you change it. Some routers are better than others, but on all others there are only a few settings that need a restart, and the restart takes less than 30 seconds, the Airports take a couple of minutes.
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