I have a new location that is only able to receive 1.5Mbps down / 896Kbps up from the telco. Cable says they can do 10Mbps down / 1Mbps up, so we had that installed. However, I only average approximately 450Kbps durring the day. If I check early early morning it gets 6Mbps+. So it has definitely satisfied me that cable sucks horribly, Charter is shit (they've seen 4 techs out and can't fix it) so I am going to get rid of Cable... Now, for DSL.... I'd like to have several (at least two) DSL links bonded to provide one larger pipe. If possible, I'd prefer to be able to start a single download and receive full speed on that single download. However, it would be acceptable if a single download can only use a single connection, but two downloads will each use a seperate connection. It is *not* okay for it to simply do a "failover" to the second link if one drops. It actually must utilizes all connections available to improve throughput. Has anyone used a cost-effective SOHO router that supports bandwidth aggregation or link bonding? Any opinions, recommendations? I'd at least like it to support 2 links. Expandability for a third or fourth would be a bonus, but is not required.