I've got some weird lag issues going on now. It's most noticeable in Supreme Commander 2, the game is very choppy, lots of stopping and starting. I'm using the exact same internet service as I was before, same company, same package. My raw speed is fine, I can test to a speedtest.net server 2 states away and show stable, high speeds, slightly higher than we pay for in fact, so this is more of a long session line quality issue. Here's what I think could be going wrong: 1. The wire is being split twice before it hits the modem. As the wire comes in, it gets split once to a tv, then runs off into the other room where it is split again. One wire off that splitter goes to the modem, one to the other tv. 2. The modem is bad. 3. The router is bad. Not using my router, my stepdad is using some cheap old Belkin box he bought a while ago. It's probably low spec, and might not be able to handle the wireless AES encryption, causing it to slow down and lag. 4. The wire going from the router into my room is going through a phone junction in the wall. Mind you the wire isn't actually plugged into the junction, we removed the faceplates and such, ran the wire through the hole, and closed it back up. There's about a million other wires in there which I suspect may be causing interference with my wire, throwing my performance off.