Do you think we'll get products that will be "easy enough" for people to have more complicated home networks? I think it's typical to have one machine connected to the Internet which is a modem of some sort (DSL, cable). That modem typically is itself a router or is connected to a single router. Yet I was reading a thread in the Peripherals forum about someone who wanted to connect a second router. I think the rationale was to provide some sort of better wireless access. It was recommended that the second router be put into a bridging mode. With non-consumer routers, the solution could have been the use of a routing protocol (e.g. IS-IS, OSPF, RIPv2). This is not an "easy enough" solution and most people are therefore limited to only one TCP/IP subnet inside their house. One hears about IPv6 and how more home machines (like refrigerators or washing machines) will have IP connectivity. I don't know much about IPv6, but it seems like network equipment vendors have got to figure out how to make this sort of networking "easy enough" for non-technical people. What do you think that evolution will be like or are there current industry efforts that I could learn about? Thanks.