I would like to ask your inputs on router choice for home network. I am just finishing new home network with CAT6 wiring, gigabit NAS with jumbo support, and Dell PowerConnect 16 port Gigabit switch with jumbo support. All computers have gigabit NIC. I am currently attached to cable company, but my area will be upgraded to Verizon fiber optic service (FiOS) for minimal 15 Mbps down / 2 Mbps up in future. I have used three WRT54 GS and G running DD-wrt firmware for wi-fi network in past, but I have upgraded my network to bring some work home. I am in health industry and want to use my home office to work at home. This requires pulling large data over internet. My question is will 10/100 router in WRT54GS enough for router? Someone told me given internet connection speed, it should be enough and gigabit router is not necessary for internet connection speed. Will 10/100 router hinder my gigabit connection speed between gigabit NAS and computers? One side of me wants everything to be gigabit capable but I am very happy with all functions of DD-wrt firmware since there isn't 3rd party firmware available for either RVS4000 or WRT350N. WRT350N interests me since there maybe 3rd party firmware available soon. New location for router will be located inside of network hub (metal casing) so wi-fi function will not be functional. Wi-fi will be provided by separate wireless routers. So wi-fi function of WRT350N over RVS4000 isnt important. Your inputs will be appreciated!