The sonicwall is not something you want to walk into without having some previous experience with it. I have worked with them for several years and a few models and would agree they are not for the faint of heart. But they are very capable and can do quite a bit once you get into them. I find their support to be poor at best. Hopefully Dell can fix that but I doubt it. The outsourced support is difficult to understand and not interested in anything but reading from their set support scripts. Definilty keep the support agreemnet current for software updates which come out fairly regularly and often fix issues I had been dealing with. I like the sonicpoints wireless units. Again, they take some tinkering to get configured but once you do adding a new one is just a matter of plugging it in and waiting for it to configure it self.
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