And by the way... The lack of real features has some potential implications on performance under layer 3. It may be best to try to use this in layer 2 only if you have a performance application in mind... I mean you did go out and buy a 10g switch, so you might plan on using it. I'm seeing a lot of slowness in my pings... on an otherwise idle switch. I know pings to a switch or router are rarely answered by the fastest path in the switch with great priority, but I doubt there IS a fast path in this switch... let alone QOS, spanning tree, routing protocols, channelgroups, or much of anything else behind all of that fancy command line UI.