I got sick of poor wifi coverage in my house so I decided it was time to upgrade to something a bit more enterprise level. This project started almost a year ago. I ordered an ERPOE-5 router and a single UAP-AC-PRO-US to start out. I was plagued with heat issues on the router which ended up being the fact that I wanted to use all 4 ports in a bridge, which is software based, rather than the default configuration of using the three ports designated as the internal switch and using two externals. No big deal. Switch back to three ports as the fourth really isn't needed. Once got that resolved I ran into the memory leak bugs in my AP and had to upgrade firmware a few times to finally get that resolved. Finally, things are solid and working as they should. Fast forward, I hated using their AP controller software on my desktop and setting it up to run all the time was just silly. I bought a cloudkey from someone here and it's been perfectly fine. It runs hot but has not given me any troubles at all. I even added a second AP to help cover the basement about a month ago. This morning, I had an issue that I've had two other times. I wake up and my router does not have an internet IP. I think "It's the cable modem" and reset it. Still no IP. Release and renew the interface, nothing. Reboot router, it gets an IP and works fine. I'm becoming increasingly tired of rebooting my equipment. My asus RT-66 may not have had the greatest wifi range, but it would carry on doing what it was set to do for as long as it had power. No rebooting, no funky configurations, nothing. Maybe I am just complaining but we use a competitor to them at work that is in a very similar price range and we haven't had any issues with this in the 5 years I've managed it.