I have a PowerMac (2008 - 3,1) and I'd like to upgrade my router to take advantage of the N wireless capability this Mac has. Question: I've heard that real-world situations, you usually end up with around 75mbs on a wireless N connection (scroll down to wireless networking) to the router. The theoretical connection speed for N is 300mbs. Now, if I get a 10/100 router (like the Asus RT-N12), data can move at a maximum speed of 100 mbs between machines connected to the router's LAN ports. The 75mbs N speed is getting pretty close to the 100mbs limit of the router. Now, because the theoretical speed of N is much faster than 100mbs, I assume that, in the future, firmware and software improvements may raise the real-world speed on N beyond 100mbs. So am I shooting myself in the foot if I get a 10/100 802.11n router? Should I spring for something like the Asus Rt-N16 with gigE (triple the price)? Thoughts?