well I guess it depends, like all things, but it is an either or, but not both situation
I'm not familiar with the synology unit but you'll want to see what practical limits they have if they don't have license limits. the rv220w definitely has license limits.
the rv220w license limits
25 quick vpn clients
5 ssl vpn tunnels
10 pptp tunnels, netbios will work here.
PPTP will be the weakest encryption protocol here, but also the most compatible, with linux, mac, windows clients. The issue becomes when there are more than one remote users behind a the same remote nat device both trying to tunnel pptp, then most of the remote routers will largely silently kill off the second users session because they only support one concurrent pptp session, many support NONE!
ssl vpn makes that problem go away, however if you're looking for Layer 2 traffic you'll not get it over an ssl vpn.
quickvpn, I only have passing familiarity with, from what I can tell, it somewhat resembles L2TP from Microsoft, eg IPSEC only with usernames and passwords. I'm going to bet you'll have the same issue with it (eg only one user per remote site) as you would with pptp, but if it truly does behave like L2TP then you will get some L2 protocol stuff like netbios or appletalk, if you need that. You'd also get L2 information from a pptp client.
You'll have to be careful not to configure both if you do decide to use the synology, cause most routers have a difficult time forwarding ip protocol 47 and GRE packets back, as pptp VPN doesn't just
use TCP/UDP, but if they are configured to work as a pptp endpoint, then they will never pass back the GRE information to the synology unit, and you'll wonder why the vpn doesn't work. Good luck.