So my current network setup is becoming cumbersome and starting to show it's age pretty badly. It's time to upgrade. Current Setup: Non-wireless Linksys router (pretty sure this is not gigabit) and Flying Saucer Airport Extreme (b/g, circa 04) Have a PS3, Tivo HD, and iMac hardwired. A MB and an MBP connecting wirelessly, as well as a Windows netbook. Printer shared via AEBS with USB. So the UFO is getting unreliable, and I took it in to get replaced under applecare. Good news is they'll do it. Bad news is it will be another vintage UFO doing b/g only. The real issue is that if i upgrade later, I only get ONE basestation covered under applecare. In other words, if I'm going with the new AEBS, now is the time. That said, I'm not sold on the AEBS being worth the money. I have a few requirements with the upgrade. First, I need n speeds. I share files from all the connected macs, and doing this over g is a killer. Second, I need continued USB printer sharing built in, as hooking up to one of the macs is not an option due to locations. Finally, I need to be able to share USB HDs through the router as well. I know this is possible with a hub attached to the new AEBS. Gigabit ethernet is a desired bonus, but might not be a requirement. Does anyone have a suggestion for a non-apple solution or even apple alternative to the AEBS? Just want to stay cost effective here.