I hope you meant to say "10Megabits" and not "10 Gigabit"...that would cost you a pretty penny! :)
Otherwise with a 10Mb pipe at your HQ (5 Mb CIR) you should have plenty of bandwidth for 124 sites.
The 1750 would be a great router for the remote locations, but for your HQ, depending if you have multiple T-1s coming in, or if it's a 10Mb pipe coming in to a HSSI port, I would go with at least a 3640.(a small 7200 would be even nicer!) The 3524 is actually a 24 ports switch, not a router). I've built a few similar WAN infrastructure with lots of remote locations connecting to Citrix farms, it works quite well.
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