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I've done all three.
1. If you have respectable funds, leave your 401k alone.
2. If you want to do the rollover to an IRA, and then convert to a roth, fine if you want to avoid taxes - down the road.
3. Lastly roll it into your current employers 401k. Great if you want to keep your money in one place.

So, I think this is strictly a personal choice. Depending on what you want to do - there is no right or wrong.
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