Hey, I'm looking for a router to replace my Linksys E3000. I bought the E3000 refurbished, and it's never worked right (drops wireless a lot, etc.) I've tried stock firmware, DD-WRT, and Tomato, all with various settings, so I'm starting to think the problem is hardware. (My completely stock Linksys WRT120N works a lot better, sadly.) Here are my requirements: 1) Must have the basics (Wireless N, compatibility with Tomato, etc.) 2) The big one: Must be able to handle 30+ wireless clients, ranging from phones to computers to gaming systems without dropping connections, etc. I'm willing to tweak QoS settings to help with the quality of browsing, etc, but the wireless connection needs to be stable. Also, the interference in this area is completely ridiculous, so something that can handle interference is a must. 3) I need about 90ft range. Would be nice: 1) USB support 2) External antennas 3) Dual band (not really a priority at this time.) As I've been researching, Asus routers seem to be mentioned a lot, particularly the ASUS RT-N66U and the older ASUS RT-N16. The R-N16 is a lot cheaper and it's older, but I've heard some really good things about it. It's not dual band, but I'm not overly concerned about that. The RT-N66U apparently has incredible range, and it's dual band. But it's also pretty darn expensive. What do you guys think between those? Or do you recommend another router entirely?