Hey guys, I've just moved to Belfast, in an area where I believe I can get both BT ADSL and NTL Cable. I had NTL Cable in Nottingham (4Mb) and was very happy. There's something 'better' in my mind about cable, rather than ADSL, but this is just a gut feeling / illogical preference rather than anything scientific. I think getting ADSL will be easier, as it'll just plug into the phoneline, whereas cable will need an access point installing (I believe). So that's a plus for ADSL... A postcode check on BT reckons: "Your exchange is ADSL enabled, and our initial check on your postcode indicates that your line should be able to have an ADSL broadband service that provides a line rate up to 2Mbps. Our check also indicates that your line should be able to support a potential ADSL Max broadband line rate of 6.5Mbps up to 8Mbps." But I guess this is pretty generic? I'd say I'm a medium level user - I'd guess 2GB/month based on what I can remember from my Smoothwall logs? Ooh, that reminds me, presumably, I can hook up an ADSL modem to a smoothwall box? Can I connect it using ethernet rather than USB? I'm totally 'wired' and don't really want to go wireless. Thanks for any info!