I recently moved into a new apartment, and have come to the conclusion I need a new wireless router as well. Currently using my roommates router, D-Link's AirPlus Xtreme G DI-624, but it resets itself often and I keep dropping connection. My computer is set up about 60-70 feet away from the router, and I have a pretty generic 802.11g adapter card(TRENDnet, yeah, yeah, i know, i know). So I've come down to two choices. Belkin Pre-N Wireless Router or Linksys WRT54G (or maybe GS) Basically, I just want something that'll keep me a good signal strength, and not routinely drop me. All without having to buy a new adapter card, or at least not for a few months. My main questions are: With Belkin Pre-N am I pretty much gonna be getting a "Future-Proof" router? Will the fact that I don't have the same adapter to go with the selected router, matter in the long run(i.e. will it hinder performance so much that itll go below 6Mbps - standard cable internet speed). My main uses for this is going to be for web browsing, music downloading, and game playing/hosting (warcraft 3, BF2, Quake 3 mostly). Maybe a bit of network file sharing, but thats not too important, as I have a 20ft crossover cable if need be. Any thoughts or suggestions?