I followed your steps as listed and actually got it to where it works without the WAN crashing. I think I got too aggressive on the ingress and egress and that was the main cause. I started at 113Mbps and 10Mbps and tweaked the advanced cake configuration with 'nat dual-srchost' and 'nat dual-dsthost' strings in the queuing disciplines for ingress and egress respectively. The advanced cake tweaks recovered quite a bit of fairness between my devices. I got it working with an 'A' for buffer bloat at ~190 Mbps down and ~19 Mbps up. The average speed on dslreports.com test is now 130-145 Mbps down and 19 Mbps up. Would it help further to reduce my ingress to 140 Mbps from ~190 Mbps in regards to performance and the buffer bloat? Thank you for all your help. I am appreciative you were able to give me a solution to this issue.