Ok, so I have my PBXIAF system all up and running and working, and now I'm trying to figure out what to do with our home phone system. 1. First, here's a general overview of the current setup: We have a landline at the house (and no, I can't get rid of it or port it, we live in a parsonage). I currently have a Panasonic KX-TG9321 two line phone with 6 handsets, a Uniden 1 line phone with 2 handsets, a Panasonic 1 line phone with 1 handset, and a V-Tech 1 line phone with a speakerphone and 1 handset. That's 11 "stations" at the moment, and we could actually use 1 or 2 more for convenience. The 1 line phones are all hooked directly up to POTS. The Panasonic 2 line phone has line 1 into POTS and line 2 going into my Obi110 and acting as a SIP extension (so normal line 1 dialing goes out POTS, line 2 goes out my PBXIAF setup). The Obi110 is setup to connect its POTS output line to an Ooma, has a Google Voice connection setup, and then is connected to my PBXIAF setup as well. 2. What I'd like to do: First, I'd like to have every phone as a SIP extension. The main benefit of the Panasonic 2 line phone is that you can direct call any handset from any other handset. The problem being, of course, that we have 5 stations that are separate, and therefore cannot be directly called from the Panasonic setup. Second, I'd like it to call out POTS by default, and then have it dial out through the VOIP setup with Line 2 or some such trigger. Third, any incoming calls on POTS need to be able to be directly picked up by any handset and easily moved or conferenced another handset (again, the Panasonic does this by just picking up another of its handset and hitting a button) as we often have one person answer a call that needs either 2 or 3 people on the line or is a call for someone else so they need to answer on their phone so the initial answering person can hang up (i.e. typical family phone behavior). Of course, I don't believe this works if the call is answered on one of the other phone systems either. 3. Summary etc.: I think that covers it. Basically I want all phones to dial out through POTS by default and be able to easily dial out through VOIP, be able to easily conference and move calls from one handset to another, and be able to direct call from any handset to any other. I know that I'm probably not going to find a perfect solution with the POTS system still in the mix, and with most phones only supporting 6 handsets, but I'd like to make it as clean as possible. I'm tentatively looking at the Gigaset C610A IP (I'd need 2 for full handset count), as it seems to be one of the few Hybrid POTS/IP phone systems available and seems to have decent reviews. Does anyone have any experience with something similar or anyone that can give me some pointers on what my best options are? Note that voicemail is not an issue as I'm the only one using it (the rest of the family explicitly does NOT want voicemail), so that's not an issue. Hopefully that was clear enough to be understandable.