For my setup, I have the Adtran ONT (Optical Network Terminal) box that was provided by Sonic during the install (since that take it from fiber to ethernet).
And then I declined taking the Sonic RG (Residential Gateway - I think was a Pace they offered).
And instead, I bought a Unifi Dream Machine (from Ubiquiti; which is an all-in-one device with access point, 4-port switch, and security gateway).
Which was super easy to install - ethernet cable between the Adtran and the Unifi Dream Machine.
And then easy setup of the Dream Machine (I did it using an iPhone). Nothing special needed, and simpler setup than a Ubiquiti EdgeRouter with an AP, etc.
I consider Unifi equipment to be commercial grade, but I found this Unifi Dream Machine is easily setup by consumers using the Unifi Network app (the Dream Machine has a Unifi Network Controller built in so you can monitory, control, and configure many aspects about your network - even when I am not at home - so it can be great if you setup networks for your family, but want to be able to maintain/troubleshoot it remotely).
Over wifi, I have been getting over 500Mbps both up and down.
And the Dream Machine has gigabit ethernet ports where I can connect directly if needed.