Originally Posted by PP Mguire
All consumer grade routers suck for power users. Most don't come with enough power to properly handle the load from everything they are geared for and enterprise APs will always have better range and client handling because of this. I've seen some Asus routers go for like 300 bucks. Why would I spend that much on a consumer router when I can buy a Ubiquity for the same price? I see it happen all the time. If your networking needs require something in that nature then it's time to make a real network.
Consumers (not power-users) need a user friendly GUI, typically. Again, it all comes down to what's best for each situation. As for the power, I currently have a Netgear WNDR3400 on my network. It's been there for three years and handles multiple video streams perfectly, usually while there's two XBox 360's gaming as well.
The only time I've had to reset it is once after a power flicker. My only limits? ISP provided bandwidth. I'm really eager to see the Archer C7 since it's benchmark was better and it's price is lower.
Also, I did a bit of research into Ubiquity, and I don't see anything that looks all that inexpensive. Do you have a particular setup in mind?