One of my client offices recently changed their ISP and their router (old PC running Smoothwall 3) will not communicate with the new ISP properly, so sadly it's time to retire the old beast. The box will not communicate with the 12mbps Qwest DSL line at more than 1.5mpbs no matter what we tried, including replacing the NIC cards, DSL modem, and multiple troubleshooting options suggested by the Smoothwall devs. The office also has a Netgear WNDR3700 that has been functioning just as a wireless access point. The Netgear is a nice router and it gets the full 12mbps on the DSL line, but it is missing a function that is an absolute requirement for this office - it has to be able to assign the SBS 2003 domain controller as the primary DNS server or domain logins don't work right (known issue with SBS 2003), and it can't do that unless I install Tomato or DD-WRT. Normally, I'd have no problem with that, but I tried multiple different builds of both custom firmwares and they are all very unstable on this Netgear and it frequently locks up and has to be rebooted even though it has been perfectly stable with the stock firmware as an access point for more than a year - and returns to stability if I put the stock firmware back on the router. So...long-ish story short...I need recommendations for a router for a small business, serving between 20-30 devices (depending on how many wireless devices are active at any time) and that will sync properly with Qwest DSL. The budget is relatively small so options are limited. The boss wants to spend around $200 or less if possible, but I can probably talk him into a bit more if there is a really good option. Wireless is not required since they have the Netgear, but a nice combination box would be fine if the price and quality are good.