I was a fan of Eero for a while, as some of my posts probably mentioned.. But the platform has stagnated badly compared to others. Stability got worse when Amazon acquired them so I bolted.
I made a move to UniFi and have been pretty happy so far. I went with CloudKey Gen 2 Plus for the controller. Wireless is done with 3 UAP-Pro APs (still need one more) plus one AC-M outdoors for the back yard. Everything tied together with two switches; a 24 port 250w PoE and a 24 port non-PoE. I went in that direction because it was $200 cheaper than a single 48 port switch. These replaced a tangle of small consumer switches.
The USG Pro 4 was the security gateway I chose as it can do up to about 250mbps with IPS/IDS enabled. That is under the max speed of the business class FiOS package I have. FiOS connects to WAN1 on the USG and a cheap, Amazon-special 4G hotspot connects to WAN2. Auto-failover enabled and was tested for the first time yesterday when a semi took down my FiOS fiber drop (and others on the street). Worked flawlessly.
It's truly nice to have things segregated across several VLANs (Management, Guest, User, SmartHome) with separate WiFi SSIDs for each. Many of my devices are now PoE-powered, including two of my Hubitat hubs and an Arlo base station that I'm keeping.
I really like the visibility of the network, things like intrusion alerts or even connection attempts to the guest network. All of these things are usually hidden to users on most consumer routers. I was very annoyed when I first saw numerous attempts by neighbors to connect my guest network. It irritated me so much that I turned on voucher-based guest access and set up two plans linked to PayPal. When they try to connect they're asked to provide a credit card. So far nobody has. lol
It's probably over the top for most, but it is a worthwhile investment in my opinion.