I'm currently frustrated with my Verizon-provided DSL connection. FIOS is not yet available in my area, and I was unimpressed with Comcast's Internet service. I'm considering either a T1 or a fractional T1, in addition to a PePLink Balance 200 dual-WAN router (and adding Comcast service to my DSL). I don't have any experience with connectivity over T1 lines. I usually run eSignal (no more than a dozen symbols), TWS (ditto on symbols), Napster, and a Citrix remote desktop session for my programming client. Where am I going to notice differences between my 3.0M down/768k up DSL? Also, if I got a T1 I would use Voip for my telephone needs. Since it's a completely different kink of connection than DSL, cable, etc., it doesn't seem like simply comparing the bandwidth numbers will yield meaningful results. A fractional DSL (768k) is about 75% of the price of a full T1 (1.5M). Would I even notice the missing half? Any feedback on the PePLink solution would be appreciated. I'm more interested in the failover feature than increasing the bandwidth. For instance if I lose connectivity on DSL and TWS goes pink, would it immediately try to reconnect over the cable connection, or would it only try to reconnect over the DSL until I terminated that instance and restarted TWS? Thanks.