I just got off of a half hour call with Daniel at ITUS Networks about their impending home-soho UTM release. Lots of technical questions I needed answers to.. https://itusnetworks.com/ Itus is a few really cool guys with a really cool idea that got kickstarted. They are using opensource in their product, and not looking to exploit anyone but to provide a good, efficient, easy UTM for home/soho environments at a price anyone can afford - with the huge yearly fees. Interestingly, Daniel was originally from where I currently live. So far; 1) ITUS is set to ship at the end of next month - on schedule. 2) ITUS is basically an OpenSource Firewall with SnortIPS, SquidAV, and a licensed content filter list attached to high powered, compact, low power drain hardware. 3) ITUS has no monthly fee - and will never. 4) ITUS is plugnplay, but also can be very complex IF you want to get into it. Here's a downside... In transparent/bridge mode, ITUS only offers IPS filtration. So everything else is turned off when running in this mode. This is NOT ideal, and they know this is a limitation right now they will eventually overcome in future firmware updates. So going into it, plan on using ITUS as your primary router or you will be severely hampering it. I'm seriously considering ordering one to deploy, at least for testing purposes. I wanted to go with Bit Defender Box, but they packaged it with anemic hardware, and 10/100 interfaces LOL? I pay Untangle $60 a month, so 3 months I paid off ITUS, and ITUS is at least as good as Untangle, probably better given the horrendously broken IPS in Untangle, and the flawed AV scanning mechanism.