I hate having to pay for home phone service, but I get terrible cell phone service in my home office so the cell-phone-only route unfortunately won't work for me. I already use and love Google Voice, and I'm trying to figure out if it's feasible to consider using Google Voice to replace my home phone service. What I'd need of to be able to pull this off would hardware replacement for my current home phone that I could connect to my computer that would ring when I receive a call on my Google Voice number, and that would display my GV caller ID when I dial out with it. Something like this seems to be right up the ally of what I'm looking for (I think). I'd then need to figure out how I can receive GV calls on this thing, and how I can most easily dial out with it. I know of a Mac app called VoiceMac, but unfortunately in it's current incarnation, this doesn't appear that it will work for me because I use Google Apps' Two-Step Verification for logging in to my account, which seems to be incompatible with VoiceMac. Does anyone know of an alternate Mac app that might work alongside the hardware I mentioned above to fulfill the purpose of allowing me to use Google Voice to replace my landline service? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated... Thanks!