A bit too expensive for me though. I think I prefer the flexibility of two boxes although being able to get at the line stats might be useful. I say 'might' because, as the stats aren't available using the official kit, I doubt BT/OR would be interested in them if/when you need to report a fault.
I have used a Fritz!Box 7390 for the last 3 years on ADSL, ADSL2 and FTTC connections. I am very happy with my choice. The GUI provides a plethora of information. I know that neither BTW or ISPs are really interested in this information but the GUI has told me things that I wouldn't have known about otherwise. For example, I can see when interleaving has cut in which in my case usually results in a loss of max attainable speed of about 12Mbps. I also know from the system log that the DLM can take two weeks to restore a connection to fast path. The result of having this information to hand is less calls to my ISP when things go awry. Would I buy a 7390 today - probably, not? I would however look hard at the new Fritz!Box models which are somewhat cheaper and come with a 5 year warranty. The shortly to be released 06.61 firmware will also include provision for vectoring.