I'm setting up a network in a new apartment and need a router to act as gateway. I have a gigabit connection from my ISP and it uses PPPoE. The network will consist of a PC, TV, a few smartphones and a couple of laptops. It may grow to something more, but nothing sophisticated, like a game console or another TV. The router will be installed in a 6U 10" rack and I won't need wi-fi capabilities, as I will have another wireless router positioned in a better place. Plus, most wireless routers have external antennas which will take up space in the rack.
The setup will be something of the like: fiber optic cable from the ISP to my apartment -> ISP ONT -> my router.
Searching for Ethernet routers, I came upon MikroTik products and they seemed nice. I am no expert in networking whatsoever, but I am learning so I don't mind a little complexity. My first thought was to get the RB750Gr3, then I saw RB450Gx4 thought it has a better processor and will be more "future proof". Finally, reading the forums and reddit, I'm looking now at RB4011, which is certainly powerful, but I'm wondering if it might be overkill for what I'm doing.
Do you guys have any advice? Should I get something from MikroTik or some conventional router will do just fine?