hi all, i've got a Motorola SB5100 here from 2004. it has worked flawlessly and i haven't any issues at all: sub 20 pings to local gaming servers, no drop outs, no lag, 2mb download speeds. it's been perfect. however, i don't have wireless access to my ipod and a couple other devices i'd like to access wirelessly. telstra sent out a netgear CGD24N, which is a cable modem/router. however, i've heard this isn't too great. i'd really like to keep my SB5100 as i've had no issues, but wireless would be nice. is there a way for me to keep using the SB5100? could i just get a plain router? i don't mind low performance over wi-fi, but i just want to keep the great performance i've got through the wired connection. wouldn't i lose performance by plugging in the plain router? is there any way i can measure performance between the modems? i'd like to run some tests on the SB5100 and then do some tests on either the netgear CGD24N or just the plain router and then compare them and pick one to use. is there a program or script in the command prompt for me to check performance over a few hours? i haven't been able to decide and would appreciate some advice. please help me!