This might be a stretch, but maybe point me to the proper website for such info. --My mother in law has Vonage VoIP service using the Linksys/Cisco appliance that Vonage gives out. Her inbound voice (hearing others talk) works fine. However, her outbound voice (when she talks to someone) has sunk to a level that it sounds like a long-lost eskimo dialect from 4000 years ago. Does anyone have pointers as to what I can look at, from a cabling standpoint, that might have an effect on the stability of the RF signal, and the effect it has on latency, if any? I'd like to do as much as I can, before I plead on my knees in front of Comcast.