Hi! First time poster here so go easy on me I'm pretty familiar with PCs, servers, etc., but very green on networking, so I apologize in advance if I butcher some terminology! I have a small office network that I'd like to network together and get access to remotely. Internally there would be only four desktops/servers but I need them to be connected together via gigabit if at all possible... and the faster the better. (e.g. jumbo frame support, etc. all would be nice-to-haves). I also need to be able to support a few Wifi clients in the office... nothing fancy, just laptops that need to connect to these servers. Also need internet access via cable internet to the office. (I think that's where I'm plugging the cable modem output into the WAN port of the router, right?) I also want to be able to VPN in so that I can work remotely (say, from the local coffee shop) but have my laptop appear as though it's connected to the network. Two or three others would need this ability but not more than that... we don't need a lot of horsepower when we're connecting externally... just enough to connect to internal servers from client software running on our laptops, mount/map drives, etc. Don't need to support hundreds or even tens of VPN users. But reliability would be nice. It seems to me that the WRVS4400N might be the perfect device for me. I was wondering if (a) someone could read over the above and tell me if it is or isn't a good fit for me and regardless, possibly recommend some alternatives. I'd also like to hear your opinions - does this device work well? I *think* that I can do what I want with a gigabit switch, a 802.11g router, and some Linux server running VPN server software I guess, but that seems like some work to setup. I'm hoping to get an all-in-one-box solution that simplifies things for all of us. Thanks in advance!