I have run a Netgear R7000 Nighthawk for a year now, and now had the ability to install the C3200 from TP-Link. It suits us very well as it is compact and relatively invisible as suspended unit on the wall. The performance over WiFi with me is about 10% better than what I got out of the R7000, completely unscientific performed with different program that measures wifi and internet connectivity. Easy to install and administer, what it may lack is the ability to remote administration.
Well we have about 15 devices connected constantly, some wired and the rest via WiFi, both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz band. Good range of both. Have not tried to run the second 5GHz band yet, might be the current one day if the streaming service begins hacking.
For those who want an easy to install home router with a lot of performance for the money, I can warmly recommend C3200.
Teather app for iOS. Handy little app where you can administer a lot without having a browser to log on through. I missing that will hopefully be improved in the new version are the different symbols for the different devices connected. Lacking such as button icons for:
Speakers, Receivers, BluRays, Media Player, Radio
Would be nice if it came soon. Enhances definitely the app experience.
Would also like to see a similar connection map, even in the web interface.
Had some problems with the first few days Teather, who did not want to connect to the router. Got very good help from support who sent me a beta firmware that solved this. Announced the problem on a Friday and got a solution on Sunday, well there TP-Link. The advantage of the app is that you can quickly put up as guest network, check the connected devices and manage parents control, good. Additionally, you can quickly access and make a restart if you need this.