Last night our 2-year-old Belkin wireless router finally kicked the bucket. It had been suffering for quite a while, needing constant resets (weekly then daily, then yesterday 3 resets before the lights went out for good). My husband and I are going tonight to get a new router. But before we do, I was hoping to get some input. The Mac in me wants to get an airport extreme, but I just can't bring myself to spend $70-80 more for 1 less port and the "apple" logo. I've looked at getting another Belkin, but I don't really know if 2-years is a good life expectancy for a router or if we'd just get another slowly-dying peripheral. NetGear has had some good reviews, but looking closer they seem to be very model specific. Linksys has also had some good reviews out there, but aren't known as being Mac friendly. Our network includes 2 laptops (a MacBook Pro-n and a Dell Inspiron-g) connecting wirelessly and a really old dell desktop that we use as a print and file server. The Airport Extreme would definately be the high end of our budget, but I'm not opposed to going high-end. Any help, advice, or opinions would be appreciated.