Can anyone recommend a good, reliable, router for me? I want it to be reliable especially when DHCP is used, I need one that will do it's DHCP job accurately and not give me a million "IP conflict with another computer on this network" errors. (As what is happening now). I'd like the router to also include built-in web content filter technology and preferably one in which you can customize the block page... the page that is displayed when you try to access a blocked website. The infrastructure is like this: 150+ computers running Windows XP, one server running Windows Server 2003. Wireless Access Points all over the building, many if not most of them are Apple Airstations and air port devices. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Also, how difficult will it be to configure the new router to have all of the settings of the current router? Such as working with all of the current access points and stuff?