I have been running VyOS as my main home-office router on an old laptop for a few months, and I have been very impressed. However, I cannot get my VoIP phone calls to come stop being choppy no matter what QOS settings I try to use. I had the same problem with pfSense and several Linux router distros, so I think it's just a hardware issue. I'm wondering if anyone can recommend a good setup for a home-office router hardware that I can purchase to run VyOS -- something that will hopefully get me over my VoIP woes! I have a 20Mbps down/1.5 Mbps up connection, and two wireless networks (one internal wireless with two VLANs -- one for personal and for for business --, and one guest wireless network). I need about 8 LAN ports so I was going to get a layer-3 switch with VLAN support. Well, either that or switch completely to MikroTik just for the Hotspot support with Captive Portal. But, if I can get decent hardware for VyOS for under $200, I'll stick with open source and just re-use one of my wireless routers with OpenWRT/LEDE for the hotspot/captive portal stuff for my guest wifi. If you have specific links to Amazon, Walmart, or NewEgg, please link away!! Something under $250 I think would be my max, otherwise I'll just go with MikroTik at this point.