First of all, big thanks to everyone who works on these firmwares. Really cool that we are able to download this kind of thing for free, and with such good support!
My question is about reliability/stability.
I'm setting up a Negear WNR-3500L for work, and we only have basic routing, DHCP, QOS, and wireless N requirements. The router will be installed in a remote office and my only access to the router is via the Remote Access GUI. This means I can't upgrade the firmware, unplug it, do a hard-reboot, etc. The employees there won't be capable of helping either. So…the thing has to just work despite power outages, unfriendly wifi clients, p2p, ISP changes, etc.
Is there any specific build, or builder, which would provide the best overall *probability* of stability? I'm just looking for a starting point for further research.