If you plan on having more than 2 wireless computers or perhaps more to build a home network, I'd go with the DIR-825x. If you just want to be use what you have now, the DIR-655 is pretty killer.
I still use the DIR-655 and it's a great router. It has limitations once expanding the house though. Once a A/B/or G hop on the wireless, it all drops to G (if not less. I don't know, I don't have any A or B). Even the wired side has issues with down-grading. I stuck an Xbox 360 on a port and it sure drug down the entire network.
It's pretty trick though. Choices galore in the settings and the USB port now becomes an actual shared port finally. Back up drive, printer, scanner, or an all-in-one can go right in there and all can use it. Just 4 wired ports, but that's not always an issue for most households and the port count is pretty typical of all wireless routers regardless. That's the expansion issue I mentioned I'm having as I grow out of wireless and back into wires. If not for the garage computer and the eePC, I'd just turn the radio off.
I've long been against the Best of the best listings. This is one prime reason; they just don't update it to be worth while. It was that way before it went away and is like that now in it's return. The next reason in line is that it's just one source. It negates us shopping around and comparing what others have found. It leads most to NOT read reviews and just set up their newegg shopping list to what one source states we need.
My biggest personal gripe about it is that I wouldn't run any of that stuff in my own search for best of the best. Maybe 2/3 of that stuff is #2 or #3 on my own list, but none are #1.
please update the ancient 2.1 speaker section too.
I only see 2.0 listed now. If they had a 2.1 in the best of the best, it'd be the Klipsch ProMedia's still today. $350 for the Axioms and $180 to get a sub is just silly.