Which is the better router? I'm looking into getting two routers for a site to site vpn (preferably using hostnames rather than ip addresses). I'm also something of a feature junkie - I'd much rather have more options rather than less. Being able to support roaming vpn clients isn't necessary, but would be handy with a laptop at some time. Finally, one annoyance I've had with my current router is that I could never get wake on lan to work (I can't forward ports to a broadcast address). The vpn would handle some network browsing, but I would like to backup certain files across it, so I would like some decent speed. I currently have an Asus SL1000 and SL500 at the two sites, but I've found that the Asus isn't quite up to it. It actually does work, but it appears to be ram restricted. (The device only has 16MB of ram - the vpn works fine if I turn off enough services on both ends, but with the normal amount of services the vpn isn't stable. UPnP seems to be a problem in particular.) The routing speed of the Asus is excellent however. In looking over the Linksys routers, it looks like the two I'm most interested in is the RV082 and the RVS4000 (and the RV0042 - but it looks like the RV0042 is practically unavailable). I'm not considering the RV042 simply because I'm worried about reaching hardware limits like I have with my Asus routers. From what I've gathered the RV042 has already lost some features due to it's smaller flash size (in comparison to the rest of the family). The RV016 has a nice bump in ram, but I think the price is too much to justify the extra ram. I don't need the extra ports so that would be wasted. Of course, the down side is that it's only a 10/100 switch on the inside. (Which isn't a huge problem - I'll likely end up getting a gigabit switch to connect to the inside.) Another potential downside is that it looks like the RVS4000 may be the RVxxx replacement - so I'm afraid that bug fixes may eventually be stopped as Linksys puts more resources behind their new router. I can't find the specs of the RVS4000, but the fact that it's so much cheaper makes me think that it's likely on the low end (around the RV042 levels) which makes me concerned about how capable it really is. I really don't need the dual wan capability of the RVxxx series so that isn't a problem with the RVS. I've contacted Linksys directly, but naturally they don't want to make a commitment - all I could get from the tech was that either one should work. Has anyone used both routers and has a preference? Thanks for your help!