tl:dr, looking for recommendation on a wireless router to stream video (netflix) i suspect i'm looking for something in an 802.11n flavor, and would prefer keep the price under $100 if possible here's the sitch, housemate recently heard about Google's new chromecast unit, and wanted to find out about the feasibility of streaming video to her tv wirelessly (netflix specifically). i thought it was certainly possible, but what little i've heard so far about chromecast suggests that it wants a very strong, high bandwidth WiFi signal for best results, and the existing wireless router we have in place probably wouldn't be up to the task. our WLAN here is thus: Comcast xfinity cable @ ~16mbps into an aging Linksys WRT54G2. connected to the WRT54G2 is my win7 gaming pc (via Cat6 Ethernet, but also has a TP-LINK TL-WN350G b/g wireless PCI card installed as a just-in-case), and my two housemates' laptops (one's a lenovo B570 and should be able to handle wireless-N, the other a HP Compaq 6710b, neither of them do anything more strenuous than YouTube). also have an old dell inspiron 500m winXP laptop (802.11b only), but it's seldom used. there also looks to be between 4 and 8 other access points in the neighborhood, most of which look to be wireless-G, with maybe a pair of -Ns distance from the router's location to the tv i'd say isnt more than 75ft, probably closer to 50ft. signal strength on the router looks (to me) rather low, i assume the house walls are blocking most of it, but inSSIDer shows about -85dBm(-75 on a good day) on my tp-link antenna, or 2 bars to windows, and im right about 50ft down the hall. i've poked around in a couple other locations, including this forum and http://shield.nvidia.com/recommended-routers/ (not that i plan on getting a shield, but if it's good enough for shield, its good enough for netflix) and have had the ASUS RT-N66U come up, Newegg seems to think highly of the ASUS RT-N56U as well, which is much closer to my price range. (an openbox/refurbished N66U would also work, but i have zero experience with OB/refurb products and am slightly concerned about quality&missing parts) netgear's WNDR3700 also sounds like a good choice, but normally way outside of my price range (though as i type this, newegg has it on sale for $85, which i could afford) one last thing, for the computers here to take advantage of the wireless-N, i'd also need a collection of adapters for it right? (stupid question even as i ask it) otherwise the TV/chromecast would get -N and everyone else would be running at -G yeah? suggestions?