Little bit of back story..... So I have had a Linksys WRT54G v6 running my wireless network flawlessly for the last 5-6yrs. After we moved into our new house about a year and a half ago it began to show its age and the "dirty" power in the house began to take its toll on the poor router. After brown-outs, breaker pops, etc. it would increasingly take the router longer and longer to come back up. Well a couple of weeks ago we had a power outage from a downed transformer in our neighborhood that ended up wiping it out... I tried everything I could think of to get it to work but it seems that the board is fried on it. We needed wireless within the house for my wife to be able to work (she uses a new Macbook Pro) so, against my better judgement, we impulse purchased something late at night from Target. We picked up a new Cisco-Linksys E2000, which I have to say was very similar and easy to setup just like my WRT54G. I picked it up because I mistakenly thought it was a "simultaneous" dual band instead a "single" dual-band router. Anyways, after all of this I have been doing some research on different routers (originally wanted to pick up a WNDR3700 but no one sells them around here) and it has really sparked the Dual-Band v. Single-Band debate within my mind. While the E2000 is a good router it is just...meh. Seems like the range is actually less since I used to be able to get a full signal out in my street and now I can't even get on in my garage (router is in exact same location). I have begun thinking about selling this router and picking something new up, but the question is do I spend the extra cast for a "simultaneous" dual-band or go for something that is Single-Band but can do multiple networks?