As far as ISA goes, I like it for its ability to proxy Outlook Web Access and RPC Proxy servers. If the only reason you are looking at a VPN solution is for your Outlook clients, you could save yourself some money by using RPC over HTTP integrated with Exchange Server 2003 as an alternative to VPN.
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