Hey all. So I need a few things. I'm going to be moving in a few months and my current home network is fine for me. The new place I'll be going to will have me living with 2 other people. Currently, I'm using the following: Buffalo WHR-HP-G54 using Tomato firmware Motorola SURFboard SB5120 modem The connection is currently setup with: My Desktop (Wired) My 360 (Wired) My Laptop (Wireless and Wired) The Laptop is wireless, but it doesn't handle well with watching streams like Youtube or Netflix/Hulu/whatever (mostly cause its an old laptop despite using Wireless G) so it uses Wired in those cases. Plus, if I need to transfer stuff, it is faster transferring via the wired. Now the new place requires a Wireless N router with hopefully G compatibility (and maybe B). I want to hope that most wireless N routers is also 10/100/1000 or at least 100/1000 types. As of right now, I'm hearing the following will need to be networked between me and the others: My Desktop (Wired) (10/100/1000) My Laptop (Wireless) (10/100; Wireless A/B/G) My Xbox 360 (Preferred Wired, but can be wireless) (10/100; Wireless B/G) An Xbox 360 (wired) (10/100) Playstation 3 (Wireless) (10/100; Wireless B/G) Wii (Wireless) (Wireless B/G?) PSP (Wireless) (Wireless B/G) Desktop Computer (I believe NEEDS to be Wired) (10/100) Laptop (Wireless) (10/100? Wireless B/G/N) iTouch (Wireless) Possibly 2 Nintendo DS Lites (Hopefully not) (Wireless B) As you can see, this is a big jump in the connections. We will be going with Cable still and I'm looking at a 20-25Mbps Download, 4-5 Mbps Upload. Technically, my current Modem would be fine, but I would LIKE to upgrade to a Motorola SURFboard SB6120 because it has DOCSYS 3.0 and based on the tech specs, it seems like it would handle better the amount of multi-download/upload requests. Also, it has the IPv6 compatibility should it... whenever it decides to be accessible, become usable. As for the network, I figure a 4-ports minimum would be necessary and Needing a Wireless N with G compatibility is required. I was tempted to go use DD-WRT for the custom firmware if I got something like a Linksys or Netgear, I hate their interface. That and I feel I'd probably have better controlling setup with everything. I want to know if anyone had any recommendations for the router and their thoughts about the modem purchase (such as if the upgrade would be good or an alternate modem may be better). I'll of course look around as well, but with so many options out there, I figure 2nd opinions are usually better. Thanks in advance and sorry for the long read.