This suggests there could be mixed reviews with MACs. I've no personal experience with Linksys but favor the 3Com products. They've always worked for me. Of course Cisco, if you're willing to part with the bigger bucks, is considered the best.
I have DSL with AT&T. The 2WIRE modem/router combo units they provide have been troublesome (wireless connection drops frequently). The DSL signal is just fine but the computers and router lose communication with each other. I'm troubleshooting that but am considering putting their modem into "bridge only" mode and adding my own router.
I think I have it narrowed down to the WRT54GS or WRT54G2. Unfortunately the Linksys web site does not have a side-by-side comparison. Can someone tell me a little about the difference between these two units? My home network consists of an iMac (has 801.11n capability) and an XP laptop (802.11 b/g only). I figured N is overkill for a DSL system but I'm all ears if someone thinks otherwise.
I looked at the Apple AirPort Extreme but didn't think it sounded as good as the Linksys routers.