I'm considering going wireless with my home network. I'm having a little difficulty identifying the difference between a router and an access point. At first I suspected that they were merely two terms for the same product. But, as you can tell from the links to D-Link's product info, that is not the case. I mean if they were just the same thing with two people calling them two differnet names, why would D-Link have two different models, right? So, there must be something different about them. As far as I can tell the access point does everything that the router does and more. How much more could it really do though for only eleven cents more? So, I guess my question is... Is it really worth the 11 cents? Will the Access Point do (as I suspect) everything the Router will? Even if I don't need all of the features of the AP, would it be worth my while to go ahead and pay an extra 11 cents? Or, might I be misreading the available information and putting myself at a disadvantage by purchasing the AP instead of the Router?