thanks for the info, I'll be getting one shortly..or I may just get a new router anyway, ours is like 5 years old lol
Being 5 years old is no reason to change. If your current router does not have features you need, then changing may be justified.
If your current wireless network does not support Wireless-N (802.11n), then I would consider a new wireless-N router with a built-in printer support.
Understand there really is no such thing as a "wireless router". That is a marketing term for a piece of hardware that just happens to contain a router, a wireless access point (WAP) and in most cases, and a 4-port Ethernet switch in the same box - 3 distinct, discrete network devices that share a circuit board, chassis, case, and power supply.