I am looking at updating my NAT router for the home. I have an aging one that is getting on 5+ years now, and I feel that I am maxing it out in my current setup... I am a high bandwith user, with multiple devices utilizing that bandwith at the same time. (Multi XBOX's, Mobile Devices with Video). The internal infrastructure is mostly up to date, new Wireless access points, Giga-bit core switch (still not a managed switch). So.... I am looking at going to something the next level for a SOHO... Looked at this one: TL-R600VPN; http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=33-704-130 as a reference, then looked at the next level from Cisco and TP as well. So they can certainly handle my NAT needs and the NAT throughput is higher. As well as it will give me the personal VPN that I would like to have. Anyone have another recommendation in the ball park? I currently only have a single broadband connection... I am not that much of a user that I need two sources for broadband, but I can see that comming in the future for redundancy. One thing I would like to have is a hardware dmz option as well as a software dmz option. The Hardware one would be used with my VOIP adapter, the software one would be allocated when necessary and typically be on one of my gaming systems. Does such a beast exist?