I need to get a wireless router for my home network. Here's my current setup. I have a DSL gateway, plus a workgroup switch, on the third floor of my house. I have an office there, with computer, shared printer, and a laptop. I have a hardwired Cat5 cable running down to my first floor, where I have another computer on the network. What I'm looking for is a wireless router that I can set up either in the office or downstairs that will give me reliable coverage throughout my house. I have been using a Netgear wireless router that sucks completely. Incidentally, when I use the Netgear router, I can't access my workgroup. I can still get on the Internet, but I can't see the hardwired office computer when my downstairs computer is connected wirelessly. My switch has a wireless access point, so I should be able to set it up. I have a G adapter on my downstairs comp, and a G card on the notebook. OS's are XP Home, Pro, 2kPro. I am also going to be adding another computer on the 2nd floor, which is one of the main reasons that I want a good wireless router. That one triple boots to Fedora Core Linux, XP Pro, and 2000 Pro. And, as if that wasn't enough, I may add a Mac to the mix as well... So, what's a good router?