I'm running an 8 month old MBP and a 2 year old 1.5 or 2 year old Windows XP desktop machine, using at Netgear WGT624 v2 router that's a few years old between the Comcast cable modem and the computers. Once in awhile, I connect another MBP, as well. I tend to have the MBP on wifi and the Windows machine is always connected to the router by a cable. I have to reset the router way too often and sometimes have to reset both it and the modem. Changing what's connected to the router usually leads to problems. For example, if I have the Win box disconnected and reconnect via cable while the MBP is on wifi, I often have to reset the router multiple times. The other day, I had both machines connected and added another MBP on wifi and my internet connection dropped. I had to reset. That sort of things usually causes temporary problems. I can't currently file share over wifi. The router won't allow it and I see nothing in the settings to change this. This is not a disaster, but it's occasionally inconvenient. So I'm in the market for a router that will more effortlessly allow simultaneous Leopard and Windows wifi and cable connections to the internet, do file sharing, preferably wifi file sharing. I don't know that some of the other things that routers do these days will matter to me, stuff like Air Tunes. But it might at some point. Range isn't a huge issue, either. The house isn't that big. But better more range than less. Any recommendations on a reliable device that will keep the internet connection working always, or close to it, both with cable and wifi? That's number one. Reliable file sharing is number two. Other features might be nice, too. The Airport Extreme might be nice, but is it just Apple price gouging for a product that's not better than other things out there? Is the Time Capsule something to consider? I need a backup drive, anyway. BTW, I don't prefer to spend Airport Extreme prices or anywhere near it. But better that than the endless hassles I have now.