I got the ASUS USB-N10 yesterday. And I was impressed it comes in a big nice looking, very professional looking box, it has Windows, Mac and Linux support written on it. it comes with instructions, and a CD that has a Linux shell script to install the drivers (They don't work on TrueOS). I plugged it in, restarted my computer and it started working right away without a problem. I still had the "if_run_load="YES"" line in /etc/rc.conf and according to the release notes that dongle should use the rsu(4) driver. I changed the line to "if_rsu_load="YES"" restarted my computer and I noticed the signal strength got 8% stronger it went from 64% to 72%...
I didn't do a speed test, instead I opted to do the update.
I woke up this morning and started my computer and that dongle did not work anymore. I opened up a terminal (And transparency works again thank you). But my card wouldn't light up anymore (it worked just fine yesterday before the update).
I did a "sudo rc-service network restart" and it lit up. I restarted my computer and the light stayed on, but the wireless network manager that lets you see the SSID's, signal strenght, and connect to them never showed up. I opened up a web page and it connected, internet works fine as long as you have connected to that SSID previously I guess. I'm pretty sure this has more to do with the recent update than the Wi-Fi dongle itself though.
I ran a speed test anyway and I the results were 23.05Mbps download speed, and 7.15upload speed. Although I'm not sure how reliable these results are. I will have to re-test in a few weeks when the next STABLE version is released and I update to that one.
For now I would say this works as advertised and my favorite of the ones I have tested so far.
I just noticed there is an icon of a red cable with a red jack. If I right click on it I can start the network manager, once in there I can select the wlan0 and push configure, and the wireless configuration pops up. It doesn't stay at the bottom like it used to, but at least now I know how to get to it.