The time has come for my seemingly annual change of router (long story, don't ask) and I'm in a little bit of a quandry for a number of reasons. I need a router without dsl modem (ie for cable broadband use) and I need wireless functionality. I am conscious of the fact that the new abode may present something of a challenge for a standard router/wireless access point. My decision is either: 1/ Buy something at the cheaper end and a wireless repeater to help out with coverage if it's the problem I suspect it might be. 2/ Buy a wired-only router and separate wireless access point 3/ Go hell for leather and buy one of the newer draft-N spec models If Virgin ever makes it up to (and beyond) a 20mb connection, the throughput of WAN - LAN is of concern since I gather that numerous routers just don't have the horsepower to deal with the data transfer (irrespective of the fact the WAN port is 10/100). I have thought it would be good to go for something with gigabit ethernet ports although this seems to rule out all bar a very few models. I've read good reviews of the Netgear WNR854T which does include gigabit ports but I wonder how good standard 802.11g performance would be (have no draft-N cards nor am I looking to buy one just yet) and I also wonder whether these "Draft-N" spec will actually become full N spec when the standard is fully ratified. Considered opinions are more than welcome!