I would like to upgrade my old Linsys G router. It's been a solid workhorse, but I'm thinking i'd like some more reach, and faster speed. I do not need the ability to hang printers or disks off it. It also sits in a cabinet, so it doesn't have to look great. I just want the basic features, coupled with reliability, ease of administration and keep the price down. Edit: Based on comments below, I've added what I am using it for: Wireless-only access point. I already have a wired network into a fast internet connection. This is strictly for when I'm unplugged, and for certain kinds of Apple media sharing. I wouldn't mind future-proofing with the fastest speed class available, but most of my equipment right now is no faster than n (I just got an iPhone 5S -- does that do better than n?) Connected to it would be (not all at the same time): 4 Laptops -- general work. All have access to wired connections, but often are untethered, too. 1 headless computer for a media station hooked up to the TV (not wired -- the computer relies on wireless). Streams video in the evenings. 4 other iOS devices, one dedicated for streaming internet audio to a radio Moderate density suburbs, 2 story building. Would like to reach out into the yard about 50-75'. Security needs are not like if you were in a city, but I'd still like to lock it down. My main concerns are device quality, speed and signal quality, ease of administration, and cost. For my budget, I could afford the latest Airport extreme, but I have no reasons for all the other ports, etc. and it seems to me there are a lot of $50 wireless routers out there. Thanks for any help.