Good Day all, I would like to first thank all the members of the community for taking part in such a worthwhile project. I am a newbie in Voip, so please take it easy on me We are a small consulting company in northern va, and we are moving offices in the July-Aug of this year, and we are looking to do away with our existing POTS system and looking to move to a complete VoIP solution. Our needs are as follows; - We would like to utilize Elastix for our IP PBX. - We need five lines and need to be able to make and/or receive calls on all five lines at a time. - We like to set it up so that if someone is one the first line, the other calls roll over either to another line or voicemail. - We must have forwarding options so that we may forward inbound calls to other numbers if necessary. - We would like to be able to conduct conference calls with at least 4 parties at a time. - We also would like to have an inbound fax. We are not married to having a physical fax so something like faxing to email would be great and I think may make it easier as far as configuration goes. What I would like to know is if anyone has any suggestions on making this transition? Currently we are just researching our options and trying to test some things before we start moving in that direction. I have setup a Ellsatix server on a vm and have setup two extensions to test with. We plan on buying IP handsets when we finally make the move, but for testing I have installed xlite softphones on two desktop machines and have them calling each other without any problems. Calling and voice mail is working fine on these two extensions and we are excited about the prospects. Our real focus and concern is with VoIP providers and who we should go with and what type of plans/rates can we expect to see? I have looked at broadvoice, vitelity, and voicepulse, but am confused about how multiple lines like we need work with these types of services? Also does anyone have any suggestions on handsets? we are not looking for anything fancy, but something that can work with the requirements listed above. So I am wondering if anyone out there has any words of wisdom on this? We are really excited about this conversion. Thanks in advance for your assistance. Look forward to eventually posting our story on this forum when its all said and done.