We are opening a new office with two people working in it and need broadband. There is the possibility down the road of having a file server that would need to be accessed remotely and securely, but not right away. Also a possibility of hosting our own private media/video streaming box (we are a small church). Here is what I have so far. Comcast Pros - 6 down 1 up connection is $60/mo, a static IP is an extra $5/month. The hardware you get is a non-router which means you can put in whatever router you like right at the gate. Cons - Nothing significant that I'm aware of. I've used them for home in the past and had no complaints. Verizon FIOS Pros - seems more scalable if our bandwidth needs significantly increase especially outbound bandwidth. Dynamic IP is $55/mo for 10 down 2 up on a one-year contract. Seems more scalable. Cons - based on friends who have it in their homes they give you a wired/wireless router and I don't know that I'd want to have to use it. If it's possible to turn it into a simple bridge that's fine (I did that with their Westell DSL router and use an AirPort Extreme as the wireless and router). A static IP is $115/mo, same bandwidth on a one-year. (a two year is $10-15 cheaper/mo but I don't like to be locked into something that long) Aside from financial issues, are there any technical issues I should take into consideration? Do either prohibit running a server or VPN on their business customer lines? Thanks in advance.