My router sucks. It really does. So do most of the consumer routers I've ever used. But instead of giving up and spending a huge chunk of cash on an industrial router, I have a better idea. I could turn my old PowerMac G4 into a router. The machine is a dual 867 MHz G4 "MDD" / "wind tunnel" with a gig of RAM. It's substantially more powerful than most router hardware, and it already has a wireless card and gigabit ethernet. But the thing is, I really don't know how to go about doing this. I'm assuming it'd be best to install some brand of BSD on it (netBSD?), add a few more ethernet ports (I need at least two more total for me and my roommates), and then configure it. I know the Power Mac G4 MDD has a few PCI slots, would the Ethernet Cards from here work?