I don't have experience with UBNT AP because the requirement of deploying UniFi controller on top of the APs doesn't fit with my purposes (home only as my business locations are Cisco centric).
Nothing wrong with UniFi and I know it could be possible to do a "set and forget" setup but I like to keep my systems monitored so once again "set and forget" approach doesn't fit my purposes.
The cloud key $80 in the US. Drop it on the install and register it to your account with ubnt and you can remotely management from anywhere with an internet connection and webbrowser. It makes a connection to ubnt.com and you log into unifi.ubnt.com and it gets you back to the key.
I have issues with the performance of the UBTN Access Points... they lack features and configurations that I use in my installs. Hence why I used Ruckus on EVERY COMMERCIAL network I have done for years.
Only recently have I tried 1 site with caps-man as my test bench.
The things that stand out are:
1. Lower throughput numbers at the clients.
2. It seems that the 2.4 radios STOP ACCEPTING CLIENTS. (I will log in during a busy time of day and see NOTHING on the 2.4 caps.)
We have several installs where we told the Point of Sales Company... "Just take out the Meraki stuff... give me the SSID info and password you want and I will add it to our system." This resulted in the bars not needing to cycle the "point of sales network" every couple of days. After several successful deployments like this... this is now how we start out. "Yeah breadcrumb... just tell me the wireless info you want the iPads to use... we will take care of it."
As we had been designing networks for years that handled hundreds of connections at time... it was pretty easy to onboard the Point of Sales devices into our existing installs. But I have a lot more experience and success, with Ruckus Wireless than I do with Mikrotik wireless.
"It ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't so."