Since there have been many posts recently "What wireless solution should I choose?, cry cry cry" and I keep answering with the same answer, here is a post that should answer some questions. Why should I purchase a Linksys WRT54G Wireless Router? - This router runs the 802.11g standard (54MPbs) - This router has good performance and documentation right out of the box. - The range is not phenominal but it ranks very high amongst others in my book. I keep hearing about this "3rd Party Firmware" for the WRT54G/WRT54GS, what is it? - There are a few options you have with the WRT, WiFi-Box, Sveasoft's Firmware, and HyperWRT With Sveasoft there are a few different versions to choose from. Read the documentation carefully and choose which one you would like to go with. I personally recommend the later versions of Alchemy. Options I have seen in the Alchemy revision firmwares - Wireless Bridging (The bridged WRT can connect clients via wireless AND via CAT5) - XMIT adjustment options (Bumping up juice to antennas for extended range) - The whole WDS feature just blows me away, read documentation because that is a whole 'nother scenario to dig into. I'll add to this when I can think of something I may of forgotten.