I've been an avid reader of SNB since the beginning and keep coming back because of the in depth detailed reviews that 1) Inform me regarding pros/cons before spending hard earned cash on products 2) keep me informed about the latest and greatest enhancements that new technologies have to offer I would say however that of late there are few reviews for products that really stand out from the pack. Occasionally we find a wireless router with a few Mb/s additional speed at location E or a nas with a few MB/s performance but the majority of products fail to excel significantly in any area. I appreciate that reviewing to the high standard performed at SNB takes time and expertise. In addition to trying to get through the review backlog by making the review process more streamlined I would suggest better selection of which products to review in the first place. If a product doesn't hav any significant likelihood of beating the pants off the current competition then I would suggest not wasting precious time reviewing. You might say it's difficult to know in advance which products will be outstanding without testing but perhaps you can eliminate products that are using pretty much the same chipsets as previously released products. You can also perhaps even submit a list of potential products to the forums and allow readers to vote for the ones they have the most interest in. I would focus reviews only on the products that bring real innovations to the table for example: - a product that integrates wireless with powerline - a product that does 3x3 mimo on both bands - a product like quantenna that ups the ante to 4 antenna ... I guess you get the general idea Thanks again for putting together such a wonderful and informative site for all these years.