Preferably, I want one of those bang for buck modems.
Maybe a Dynalink RTA1320?
Oldhat: If you are purely looking at replacing the dsl modem another option would be the Draytek Vigor 120.
I have been using one of these for a couple of months and have found it to be quite good. I have it set up in PPoA passthrough mode so that my router connects using PPoE authentication. With this setup the Vigor purely supplies the dsl connection and nothing else which saves concerns about double NAT et al.
Could be worth a look with your setup.
kind regards Andrew TD
Momentum: Heard TP-Link was good but using Linksys WRT54GL as the router - so just looking to upgrade the modem only.
jimjim: hey guys will a modem that is specified as ADSL2+ Modem be compatible with regular ADSL?
cyril7: I would recommend a TPlink the TD-8840 which is around $70 uses the right chipset for Telecom DSLAMs and work very well.
allan: Just went and bought one of these and connected it last night. Not much in the way of configuration required and got it up and running in about 5 miinutes flat.
Looking forward to the Wi-fi N being more stable than my Linksys WAG160N. Actually the WAG160N has great Wi-Fi range, but I'm completely over the well documented AP Isolation issues which have existed since day one and multiple firmware upgrades.