I have both FIOS 25/25 (really 30/25), and DSL 3/768. I used to have three WNR2000v2 units with DD-WRT in WDS mode, connected to the FIOS. With those, I would get my 30Mbit down no problem, using 20Mhz 2.4Ghz N, but my upload was like 18Mbit for some reason. Now I'm using three E2500 dual-band routers, flashed with Tomato (Shibby 1.28 build 104, I think), running WDS on 5Ghz band with 40Mhz channel width. I was having problems with the 2.4Ghz routers, dropping speed randomly. When it worked, it worked fine, but it would sometimes drop to 5-6Mbit or less. With the 5Ghz WDS, I get a solid signal, but speedtests only show around 23Mbit/sec, both down and up. Once I got 24Mbit down. But not 30. Checking the rates on the router's config page, it shows connections at 130Mbit. So I'm not sure what to think. I would prefer a consistent 23/23, rather than an inconsistent 30/18 dropping down to 5/5. But it just seems strange. There's very little (none?) usage of the 5Ghz spectrum here. Most of the wireless pollution on 2.4Ghz is all of the FIOS routers that got installed with FIOS service, defaulting to wireless on (WEP no less).