Just bought two commercial-grade EdgeMax routers for my home theater.
Should be here in a few days.
For non-static service they have no-ip DDNS integration, a linux-based firewall, DPI, routing, encrypted VPN tunneling, bandwidth monitoring and throttling, and number of other features; and I can also power my security cameras with these (this box is about the same size as the power injectors I'm using, so no extra space needed, fairly compact, hand sized basically. Fanless. Runs hot.)
It comes completely unconfigured and it's NOT aimed for home users.
Eventually I'll add more, but this is the first step toward stepping away from poop-grade bestbuy networking gear.
They also have 10gigabit switches and routers for copper and fiber (but they are 10-60x more expensive than this model.)
Now if you need 16x 100gig fiber, then I'm SORRY but you'll have to buy cisco or dell etc, and be prepared to shell out as much as a new Tesla, for just 1 wire and 2 boxes. Top500-grade stuff.
(Or just wait 10 years for it to trickle down to retail and get it for dirt cheap!