It supports hostap mode (which is what I bet most of you want to use) and I'm currently using it at home alongside my Ubiquiti Routerstation Pro based hostap (which is what I use to test out all the other pre-11n and 11n NICs that I currently own.)
I currently get around 50mbit TCP throughput - but I leave full FreeBSD-HEAD debugging on. I'm sure I can push the unit closer to 100mbit. (Compare to the Routerstation Pro + AR9160 hostap - where I routinely get 160mbit of TCP throughput.)
What works (read: what I've tested):
- Ethernet (at least the WAN port);
- Wireless - 802.11bgn - 20/40mhz operation as well as legacy operation (and both, if that's what you need);
- Serial console - if you've soldered in one.
The firmware image stores the configuration in a 64k flash partition which is read upon boot. You can modify files in /etc and then save these to flash via "cfg_save".
- The onboard switch - so I believe the only port available at the present moment is the WLAN port;
- The GPIO lines aren't being configured, so the WLAN, status and USB/QSS buttons don't function.
Further details about the hardware and how to build the software for yourself can be found here in my FreeBSD wifi development project wiki.
No, I won't (yet) be putting up firmware images for people to test. Things are changing quite rapidly and there's no easy way to reflash a unit once you've placed FreeBSD on it - you'll need to have added a serial console to the device.