I fired Dish and went with the local cable co./ISP. The bundle included upping my internet from 20 to 60. I switched out my old Netgear WNR834Bv2 80211n router for an Asus N600 class, the RT-N56U. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833320062&cm_re=RT-N56U-_-33-320-062-_-Product Before the switch, I was only getting a little over 20, after the switch I commonly hit 35-40. Believe it or not, simply inputting my ISP-rated download and upload speeds (60 &3.5) in the "traffic manager" section of the router settings also helped considerably. Now I commonly get 45-50, and have actually hit the 60, but only a time or two. I've hooked up laptops cabled directly to the cable modem and both times the speeds were near or over 60, so it must be the wifi network, right? I haven't yet upgraded any network adapters, so I'm not using dual-band. Must I? Are there any other router settings that might help? Did I get the wrong router? Sometimes I wonder if the TV signal is interfering with the internet signal. Is this likely?