This router is definitely worth the low price. I now own 3 of these, all flashed with the latest DD-WRT firmware, with one acting as an access point (router), and 2 acting as Wireless bridges (allows me to hook up non-wireless things to the bridges, and get them to RECEIVE signals, rather than send).
A while ago, my friend spent almost $100 on a wireless adapter for his X-Box 360, while I spent $70 on this router, and hooked up my X-Box 360, PS3 (PS3 Wireless is garbage...), TV, and a computer (used as a media center)... Jokes on him, thanks to "Client Bridge Mode" on the DD-WRT firmware. In case anyone is wondering, the DD-WRT flash also allows you to use the WAN port as an additional LAN port, so you can now hook up 5 items to it while in "Client Bridge Mode", instead of 4.
All-in-all... This is a buy that is definitely worth it. All 3 routers are still working nearly flawlessly, with 2 of them being in constant use for nearly a year.