Just got rid of the last relic called land line. This 100 year old technology has served us good, but is getting too expensive even if we do not use it for long distance call. The number has been ported to a cell phone in my family (mom) and for $85 before tax, we got 550 minutes air time with AT&T, unlimited nights and weekend, and mobile to mobile, and roll over reserve of about 1700 minutes so far. That's a $108 per month to take care of all 5 lines after tax. Now to reduce cell minutes usage I'm thinking about installing a skype phone at home and in my relative's home in China. We have a niece here that calls her mom/dad on a regular basis and currently we are burning through calling cards. I figure if we are going through DSL or cable modem on both sides, VOIP should be a good choice. Any recommendation on how to implement it? Anyone tried calling Skype to Skype from China and US? How's the quality?