I am currently in the market for a new wireless router and due to the "wireless age" there is no shortage of them available, I was just hoping to get a little insight from the TS community. I currently have eight devices that need to be networked throughout my home, three game consoles, three notebooks, and two desktops.The notebooks (WinXP, Vista, & Mac OSX) will be no more than 20ft ideally at any given time and through about two standard home walls. The desktops (WinXP) will be hardwired to the router. The wireless devices will be using the G standard but to "future-proof" a bit obviously I would like a device capable of N. While still a novice I am no stranger to networking and would like a product that allows some degree of control over the network. As far as usage obviously gaming will be a major focus of the use but I do also download torrents quite heavily, so I would prefer something friendly to those aspects. Price isn't a huge concern but I would prefer not to go overkill. I have used NetGear in the past and was not too pleased with the overall quality/service I received from the product, but I would not be against using a NetGear product again if it's advantages were worth it. I have also used Linksys with reasonably high success and for the most part have been pleased with their products. I have been looking into their business series routers which have just become available where I work (Best Buy) and would love any input on them. So thank you for taking the time to check this post out and thank you all ahead of time for any info you can provide. EDIT: Clarified gaming consoles.