Dr.Dave is right. The Marvell 88E6171R is a 7 port switch with 5 integrated PHYs. An implementer would have to add 2 additional PHYs to make use of the extra two ports which Cisco did not do.
That said, I am happy with my E4200 (original, so using the Broadcom chip in your chart) for routing and WiFi. I have it paired with a D-Link DGS-1100-16 16 port web managed gigabit switch for my hardwired runs like audacity does. That combo ran me ~$270.
If you only want 8 GbE ports, you could pair the E4200v2 with a SE2800 switch for ~$140 at the current pricing. I don't think you will be able to find anything with WiFi, routing and 8 ports in one device for anywhere near your price point (if at all...). And if audio geeks can rant and rave about seperates, why can't us network geeks.