Here is something for you no one brought up for Zon2020.... Instead of all these junk home routers, how about a "real" router. The commercial kind. I have many POE, wireless (Apple AND PC types), but I also use wired and wireless SIP/VOIP devices, and I have 2 DSL lines. AND.... I want total control over firewall rules and a lot more. Problem was only $5000+ Cisco and HPs came close but not perfect. It took a year but I found Zyxel which I rarely heard of. I got a USG100 for about $350 which does way more than a $5000 routers, and has.... SIP ALG that works! That means no NAT issues for SIP (if you don't know what that means be glad). The USG100 allows the 2 DSLs to be used at the same time and back each other up. And with SIP ALG the phone system (Freeswitch on a Mac Mini) even switches when one DSL goes down. It took 2 years to find the Zyxel. They make a whole range of products but the USG goes from a low end 20 and 50 (1 WAN) to models that handle 7 WANs. Cisco and HP cost $1000 option for extra WANs. Tech support is excellent and the manuals blow everyone away (you can download them free).
I don't use the wireless since I prefer to put that in a different location and want more options. I use an Airport Extreme bridged to the USG100. BTW, there are some Apple bashers here that didn't provide any useful info, I don't post comments on anything I don't/didn't at one time own. I have high end requirements and the only bullet proof consumer router I have had is the Extreme. I am sure others work fine but I like the idea of setting and forgetting for years which never happened with the other cheepos made from $5 of parts. BTW, I have Macs, Win and Linux using it, and when friends come over and use my wifi they have all kinds of devices, they all work perfect with the AE.
Caution: The USGs are real routers meaning you should be somewhat technical and know what ports, gateways, rules, are so you can set them up. This is the best router for the money anywhere. But... If all you can handle is plug it in and adding your credential, this is not for you.