Hello everyone, I recently switched ISPs, from High speed DSL at 6 Mbps to FiO at 60 Mbps. We switched because instead of paying tons of money to DirectTV/Charter we want to use Amazon Instant video. (With student discount it costs half of a Netflix subscription). While I generally love the performance lately I have been experiencing issues. Normally around 5 PM the internet speed slows to about 10-20 Mbps. I am not sure why. After talking to the ISP they keep blaming my router. Honestely I think the ISP is just giving an excuse. I bought the router in July 2013, a Netgear R6300 dual band router. (This was right before the R7000 Nighthawk was released) For local traffic I don't have any issues so I highly doubt what my ISP is saying. However, to confirm the issues, does anyone have any ideas on how I could test the router? We watch Amazon instant video on our Smart TV in the living room which is connected to the 5Ghz frequency (up to 1300 Mbps). My laptop connects to the 5Ghz frequency also. (intel 7260 NIC). Desktop/server is connected via ethernet. There is another laptop connected at the 2.4 Ghz freq and a few other devices that are also connected at 2.4 Ghz. Do I have too many wireless devices? I think this router can handle it. EDIT: for example, I have 6 devices connected to the router and I am having issues watching Youtube. Actually, I am not sure about some of these devices.