Not to mention, 802.11n wireless is still just in draft, and these routers don't perform up to the advertised n spec, anyway. Plus, the companies aren't even 100% sure these routers will be compatible with the final n spec. If the spec changes too much, then you're SOL with your new router, as it will only work at it's highest speed with the Draft-N products, which are sure to vanish once the final spec is ratified. I just recently bought a ZyXel X-550 router for $50. It's performance suprised the heck out of me, absolutely great performance. The only feature it doesn't have compared to the D-link gaming router, is the Gb switch. It has all the QoS packet prioritization of the D-link, works great, too.
“What the hell did you expect? Leave Vista under the pillow and the OS fairy would make it Win7?” -El Fiendo
“And Bring Mailman back god damnit, he is the Eric Cartman of TPU” -MRCL