Okay, so let me start off by saying I've done quite a bit of research so far, but I'm just not sure if I'm correct in my findings/assumptions. Now, here are what I am going to be using this for and my requirements. First, I want ONE (ie no bridging or using two routers if possible) gigabit, dual-band N router with a USB port for printer sharing. I would also like it to be simultaneous dual-band because as far as I can tell, if I use something that isn't, then the N band will suffer because of it. I will have my macbook using N, my old desktop turned NAS hard wired, a media extender (not currently, but probably in the future) with 5ghz N features, and a slew of G devices (ps3, ipod touch, older laptops.) I have 5 choices I've narrowed it down to with pros/cons and prices (new) I can find: Linksys wrt600n Price:170$ Pros: Good performance for price Cons: A little bit more expensive, no print server Linksys wrt610n Price:165$ Pros: Good performance Cons: Large periodic throughput dropouts (bad for HD media extending) A little bit more expensive, no print server D-Link DIR-825 Price: 140$ Pros: Pretty much a cheaper version of DIR-855 Cons: Shareport doesn't work with mac (yes I know I can use parallels or whatever, but that's more work). Smaller 5 ghz range. D-Link DIR-855 Price: 240$ Pros: Has everything I'd need, period Cons: PRICE! Shareport doesn't work with mac Apple Airport Extreme Base Station Price: 130$ (or 500gb time capsule for 240$) Pros: Works well with my mac and PCs, very easy to use, very reliable Cons: Can't use simultaneous bands. No firewall or uPnP (read on PCMag, can anyone confirm)? Honestly, if anyone has cases of streaming HD with the Airport Extreme while running simultaneous G devices on it not killing the quality of the video then I'm probably going to hop on the Airport/Time Capsule.