Hi all, I use Skype from my laptop to chat with relatives in other countries-both via webcam (free) and to call landlines (v cheap!). I'd like to be able to use a handset so that I don't have to sit at my PC, but I'm unclear about how this works. As I understand it, I'd need a Skype handset that plugs into my router-would this then enable me to make free calls to my relatives? I'm guessing if I rang their landlines, it would still cost me via the "Skype Out" minutes (the same as it does if I ring the landline from my PC)? Alternatively, am I able to use a handset to contact them via Skype to their PC (so no change for them, but easier for me! ) Ta. [Edit] - Can anyone also recommend a nice cheap Skype handset!?