Please let me know if my thinking is correct. If Strict Rule Ordering is enabled, then QOS priorities are determined only by the ordering top (highest priority) to bottom (lowest priority) of the rules listed in the Classification table. Assigning Highest, High, Medium, Low etc. to a rule will then specify only the bandwidth min/max rather than a priority. So, for example, if a rule is listed at the top and assigned as Lowest, it will be assigned a higher priority (but a lower bandwidth) than a rule below it that is assigned Highest. Conversely, if Strict Rule ordering is not enabled, then the order of the rules in the Classification Table does not matter. In this case both bandwidth and QOS priorities are determined by the assigned classification (Highest, High, Medium , etc.) assigned to the rule. So, for example, if a rule is listed at the top and assigned as Lowest it will be assigned a lower priority (with lower bandwidth) than a rule below it that is assigned Highest.