My company has recently switched to all Cisco gear for our LAN/WAN, firewall, VPN access, voice, pretty much everything. I've now got to support it, so I'm planning on doing my Cisco certifications. I do have outside resources available right now to help me support it, so it's not like I'm being completely dropped in the deep end, but this will certainly be a major part of my job in the future.
So, my plan is obviously to start with CCNA, and then do CCNP, CCSP, and potentially CCIE on the Security track. My company is paying for this, as well as setting me up a home lab for study purposes. That being said, this is what I was thinking to get me through CCNA, and put at least a pretty big dint into what I'd need for CCNP:
2 x 1841 Routers
1 x 2520 Router
2 x 3550 24 Port Switches with EMI
1 x 2950T Switch
Am I missing anything glaringly obvious?