So, lately, I've been having speed issues with my FiOS. I recently upgraded to 75/35 from 50/25 and I didn't really notice a speed bump when I was doing the speed tests. Both connections pretty much showed the same speeds, though, there were some times that I'd get higher than advertised (85/40). These tests were done and randomly and the peaks were both done during the day and night. I had a chat with Verizon tech support and they said that it is because I have the old router; I need to get the new "advanced" one to get the advertised speeds. But, the thing is, I don't use the router as my wireless, I just use it as a modem and connect my Time Capsule [2nd gen] to via wired ethernet. Tech Support was adamant about getting the new one to get the speeds, but it doesn't make sense to me since I won't be using as my WiFi router. Can anyone shed some light on this? Is the Tech Support correct on me needing it, regardless that I use it in the method I currently use?