Originally Posted by stevech
I did a quick read of the RT-N16 user manual - didn't see a client bridge mode option.
Maybe you plan to load DD-WRT on it (if that's do-able).
I'd say that a WIFi router with a client bridge mode (rare beast) is fine if it has about the same price as a client-bridge product. The latter may be easier to administer.
Sorry, should have been more clear. It's running Tomato shibby due to some things I need my network to do that aren't generally supported with stock firmwares. If I do the rt-n66u I will likely put custom firmware on it as well.
I'll also look into the Buffalo bridges.