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This review is from: TP-LINK TL-WR841N Wireless N300 Home Router, 300Mbps, IP QoS, WPS Button
Pros: Current shipping hardware version is 9.1. This is supported by DD-WRT build 25203 which is very easy to flash and seems to work well. I have a number of these routers in various configurations, but none are running on the original TP-Link firmware.
Cons: This is the version with the fixed antennas, so if you break one, you're pretty much out of luck. For a few bucks more, you can get the WR841ND which has the standard detachable antennas.
Other Thoughts: For the price, I think it's pretty hard to beat. I haven't had any issues with signal strength or random disconnects, and have used these in a number of different environments.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Pads and rotors for less than the dealer wanted for pads alone. Brakes feel much better than before. Appreciated the little packet of lubricant for the caliper slide pins.
Cons: The FedEx guy didn't like carrying the heavy package.
Other Thoughts: At about 115k Forester developed vibration when stopping fast from higher speeds. At the price of this set replacing the components with new made more sense than getting the existing rotors resurfaced. Don't know what their life will be, but so far I'm very pleased.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Wife's MacBook went dark on Thursday, so I ordered this charger. Arrived in the post on Saturday afternoon. Battery is charged and we're all happy again. (I did pay an extra $2 for fast shipping).
Cons: None, so far.
Other Thoughts: I don't mind spending extra for genuine Apple parts, but why pay 4 times the price when 75% of their reviewers rate their product as "1 Star"?READ FULL REVIEW