Great review! I have ordered one myself but these wont show up in Norway for at least one month or so.. I'm really hoping this might be that one rock solid router that I can live with for a few years, after dropping the WNDR3700 because of it's firmware I was dwelling between the Linksys E4200 and the Cisco RV220W and landed on the later simply because I have more faith within Cisco than I have in Linksys when it comes to firmware's even though they are the same company. Looking at the WRT610v2 / E3000 Linksys have proven that they are not what they used to be in regards of firmware and stability so I'll put my money on Cisco this time around and finally my entire home network we'll be Cisco based with Cisco Small Business SLM2008 Smart Switch and Cisco Small Business SD2008T Dumb Switch. Looking at your review it seems like a blazing fast router, and with 128MB of RAM it should be capable of taking a hit without getting knocked out. Did you test the DMZ functionality? There has been so darn many consumer routers with sloppy DMZ that does not work as intended that I have given it up completely and hopefully Cisco knows the meaning of DMZ and implement it successfully! Also in regards of the Port Forwarding thing this struck me as a bit awkward as well but when I was looking at the Virtual Online GUI of the RV220W available from Cisco I notice that you have Port Forwarding under the IPv4 Firewall Rules option as well? This seems odd, why would Cisco have Port Forwarding rules locked in both places? And there is no way to actually get the Port Forwarding under the IPv4 Firewall Rules to get activated as it stays greyed out no matter what you do.