Re: Slowly moving to 802.11n ;)
only problem is that D-link DIR-855 is about 270-300 bucks.
I have two other choices:
Linksys something600 (forgot the excact model number) it cost about 170, but its broadcom based, there might be a chance broadcom and atheros might not like each other.
Apple Airport Extreme Gigabit edition, this router is Atheros based, but doesn't have normal webbased setup page, you have to install some ****ty apple program with limited options to configure it.
Windows 8 the next big failure, right after Windows ME