Not that particular router. But on a whim, I bought one of their other routers, just to see what an ultra-cheap router was like and how it performed. It was definitely no-frills, but did a fine job at what I used it for, as a home Internet router.
i am using exactly this router here in Germany for 4 weeks now. I have the v1, here in Germany i have read that there are some v2 out.
I am using it with 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz a/c mode and on my opinion its a good wireless router. My maximum speed is 100 Mbit and i got on 5 Ghz WiFi almost 100 Mbit. The router i had before was worse.
But one thing i have with this router together on SF3.
It's working fine with full speed after a restart. But if i let my SP3 in connected standby and go back i only have about 30 Mbit. Its the problem with slow wifi after connected standby. I hope Microsoft will fix that soon, but its terrible that you cant read anything about it since last firmware update ...
I think the Netgear 7000 would be a better choice. Asus just released a new AC router last week that also looks interesting. I'm going to wait as well. Hoping some firmware issues get fixed by Christmas.
I'm a sucker for the high end stuff, but I have had good experiences with installing TP-Link routers for others. IMO they offer a good compromise between price, performance, and reliability. I have a friend with a side business in computer repair, and he's installed literally dozens of the mid-range versions with no issues at all.