I was just looking them over and since most models support 802.11 b, g and "N" in a mix and match setup why isn't a N router acceptable to you?
I know there are issues with mixing vendors and the drivers have a mix of quality but since they all can fall back to 802.11g you can use them today.
I have a home-based computer service business catering to residential customers. When someone asks me for advice on a wireless router, up until now I have been recommending that they stay away from wireless-N. Most of what I have heard before was that it was not officially sanctioned yet and that the specs are still subject to change. Is there a time frame for when wireless-N will be a viable solution for the general public?