The enterprise market in the U.K. is as confused as the market here when faced with an array of WLAN security and management solutions: The Bluesockets and ReefEdges of the world keep winning customers even though their products don't offer as much as the new switches. Perhaps that's an indication of the power of Cisco as many enterprises that choose gateway solutions do so for the option of buying APs from anyone, usually Cisco.
D-Link seems notably absent from the group of vendors offering WLAN switches now that NetGear has a WLAN switch that can support 15 APs.
Interestingly, this article refers to Broadcom's recent allegations about degradations caused by Atheros chips but notes that D-Link customers in the U.K. don't have to worry about the issue. That's because D-Link in Europe doesn't market the Super-G product that contains the Atheros chip. Spokespeople there say that's because D-Link wants better compatibility with previous products.