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Pros: Excellent router here. Support for VLAN tags was a must for my home environment since I have one of the EnGenius access points that can map SSID's to VLANs. The firmware shipped is out of date (somewhat expected) but there was no registration needed to download it from the Cisco website unlike what you would need for their more high end gear.
It supports VPN's as well, but I have yet to test this since I use client side software for VPN currently.
The user interface is nice and clean and works as expected, as well as has context sensitive help.
I use the dual WAN links at home and it works great. I am able to bind particular subnets and protocols to specific WAN links very easily.
Overall Review: The Easy VPN stuff is a little useless unless you are in a windows environment with terminal services, but I assume it works. However, I had some problems in Linux trying to get the SSL VPN working in the odd case (basically you web browse to your IP and login and it gives you a locked down menu that opens URL's in a popup window). Not enough to knock a star off thought since I had no use for this feature when I ordered the router.
The VLAN menu is a little weird since it is laid out like a spreadsheet, but it works, although perhaps not clearly explained in this setup is that you can edit multiple VLAN's at once, otherwise it gives you an error if you try to do only 1 VLAN at a time since one VLAN must be untagged. This is fine once you understand how it works though.