It should be fine.
One thing that you should realize is that this is a very new product.
I have only had mine for a few weeks.
I travel a lot on buisness and I have made it work with the following:
Linksys WRT300N N1 Draft
Belkin Basic G
I have been using the D-LINK DAP-1360 strictly as a REPEATER and range extender, not an access point, as I bought it because wireless signal strength in offices and hotel conference center locations can often be weak.
The setup software for the DAP-1360 is a little weird, but once you have set it up it is not an issue.
for a Repeater you configure the DAP-1360 very simply. You login to it via web browser, just as you were setting up any wireless router.
Then you set the router up as a repeater, and enter in the SSID and any required passphrase for the wireless network. EXACTLY the same way you would set up your iPod Touch, iPhone, or any Laptop or Netbook to use any wireless network. No different.
drawback/plus: you can only repeat ONE SSID network per DAP-1360
You do not need to hardwire the DAP-1360 to an ethernet network. It just works at that point.
Some wirless device clients may not detect an increase in signal strength, but it will be there, just the same, and performance will be solid. The repeater boosts and repeats when it detects traffic for the SSID, so don't expect to see five bars of constant signal strength - but it is working always, and it works works fine.
Suggestion: use a utility beforehand to discover what CHANNEL the wireless network is on. Make sure that you set up the DAP-1360 to match the same channel used as the SSID you want to repeat. a Free utility on your iPod Touch or iPhone like eWiFi will list the channels in use by the wireless network SSID.
Common sense rules here. If your wireless network has restrictions on access using MAC filtering, you will not be able to get access unless all devices, including the DAP-1360 are in the access list.
I have had occasional drop offs only in one instance when the SSID was far away and there were four other wireless networks using the same channel, but that was due to contention for channel use, not due to anything that the repeater was doing.