Hi all, this is my first post. I've been reading Anandtech for years and am very happy to be here finally I have a 2 Mbps DSL connection where I currently live (a hill town in India beyond the reach of the better ISPs). It's difficult to get faster DSL because of variable line quality but I do want to supplement this with a wireless 3G/EVDO connection. I'm guessing this wireless connection will add about 1 Mbps-3 Mbps bandwidth depending on the carrier I choose. I'm looking to buy a wireless-N 300 Mbps router (sub-$100 preferably) that will allow simultaneous use of these two internet connections to my home wifi network. The key thing for me is to be able to direct one of these connections to my NAS exclusively, leaving the other connection free for general use by the other devices at home (a desktop, some laptops and mobile devices). If the general use connection goes down, I would want the router to allow all devices to access the dedicated NAS connection. Would a cheap router (like this: http://www.flipkart.com/tp-link-tl-...MM2G&ref=4a88a959-c54e-4fcf-a50e-f97a622b72ed) be able to do this? If not, what should I get? I'm obviously a network noob so thanks for being patient!