|Well, I've had better luck with Linksys than I have with D-Link myself. But that's not to say either one is better than the other. I haven't worked with enough other brands of to be able to say any of those are better than the two I've already mentioned.|
I've been pretty happy with Linksys and am using one at home.
Having said that............here's a couple things to keep in mind when deciding on what to buy.
You're going to want to get a dual band (ie: 2.4 and 5.0 GHz) router that is b/g/n capable. I recommend dual band because more and more devices are 5.0 GHz and where possible, operating at that level will reduce interference from other WLAN's and wireless devices (like a cordless phone) in your immediate area.
It goes without saying you're going to want to do some shopping around and comparing in order to get the best price. If you already have a SOHO Router in your home you're going to want to remember to compare Access Point pricing and Router pricing as well. It's entirely possible you may find a SOHO Router with all the above that has 4 LAN ports as well that is less expensive than an AP.
It matters not how straight the gate,
How charged with punishments the scroll,
I am the master of my fate;
I am the captain of my soul.