I wooted this last time, about 18 mos ago(http://www.woot.com/Blog/ViewEntry.aspx?Id=1695). Seems to be the same item, same condition, and bafflingly the same price, but whatever, it's 30 bucks.
It's worked very well for me, and I haven't had a single issue. People seem to be way down on this cheap piece of plastic, low-end, budget-model switch/router, and given that, generally speaking, you get what you pay for, I'd say I'm perfectly happy. Works great with my PC's, laptops, and Palm; no speed, connection or configuration issues. Yeah, as people have complained, it's got a pretty basic setup and dumbed-down plug-and-play attitude, but you can do general configs, and I have (firewall, VLAN settings, DMZ) without problems. It's not as configurable as the Linksys's at the same price level (nor as hackable), but it serves my purposes as well as other, more-expensive routers I've owned
It is "only" B/G, but N's start at about $20 more for the low-end ones, so that's kind of apples to oranges. And power-wise this router has been fine, but I live in a townhouse, so nothing ever gets more than about 100ft away from it. So I'm probably not the best guy to ask in that regard.
And, to address two issues raised a few times, yes, the big flashing disco light is idiotic, but you can turn it off. And, yes, it works perfectly with my Wii.
Also, it resets very quickly when my cable modem goes kerplunk after one of the thrice-weekly brown-outs in my area. Not that that's a big incentive, but I sure appreciate it.