Our old Lynksys SRX router is old and either AT&T is throttling us, or the router is causing me to go from 700 kb/sec download to under 100 at random intervals. If it is AT&T we'll switch to FIOS, but I figure I'd try the router first and even if that's not the problem, it's still a good excuse to get a wireless N router so I can finally set up a decent networked backup from the media computer. Only problem is: I'm completely lost. I have no idea what would make a decent daily living router. I can choose one on the fly that will be acceptable for one reason or another, but I just don't know for a long term every day unit. Only thing I know for sure is we need wireless N 300mbps speeds and more than 4 ethernet ports, as we have 5 devices we need plugged into it. Also we need WPA2 as there's a park next door and I don't want to get leeched so easily. All our computers are run off of wi-fi (about 6 at last count, usually with whatever I am building for work downloading the latest Windows updates as well.), so it's pretty important we get something reliable. An easy to use UI would be nice, too. Ability to attach a USB interfaced device would be nice, but not critical. Price is pretty much up in the air. Any help would be appreciated!