FYI: A lot of the links on the first post that link off to gowifi.co.nz are now getting 404.
Sorry, jumping on the tail-end of that since I was in here looking at suggestions; I would suggest removing the GWN7000 as a recommendation for now.
Regardless of whether the speed is actually fully utilised, it is still being pitched as a gigabit router when it is not capable of it currently. And Grandstream has offered no explanation for it or shown any intention to fix it at this point.
In a completely unrelated point, I am once again trying to retire the venerable FritzBox 7490. The feckin thing is just so robust, its easier said than done though. WiFi is currently being handled by 2 x GWN7600 APs (one in use, the other is slowly making its way out of its box), so I just need a straight no-BS gigabit router to sit between the ONT and a switch (also incoming). I would prefer a nice web UI for the 80% admin stuff because I am lazy, with a step-down into CL if I need to get down in the mud.
So far, I am looking at the default recommendation of Ubitquiti's line-up, ERL, or the upgrade pick to ER4. I want an ER4 because I like to spend more money than I actually need to, but I imagine an ERL will do the job just fine. Also looked at MikroTik, but I must admit I'm a little wary, as they don't seem to be as polished as a Ubitquiti product.
Any other names I should be looking at?