for these pictures i used vga mode on my camera, so they can fit page width, anyhing larger i'll post links to from now on. back to subject... heres the pictures of my ultra wireless router... innards: and its case on: i lifted the positive leg on the power jack and attached it to the + on battery then to a switch. i connected the switch to the + on the board where i lifted the leg. now i have a portable 12v battery and router in one! semi-off topic: if you're wondering why, it is to run unsigned code on my AVOS through a 'GFT' exploit in a wifi password field whilst i'm out and i can't afford a laptop at the moment, so i am planning on building one out of spares, an atx motherboard, an old cisco router (gutted), a few DC-DC and regulators, custom heatpipe cooling, and many other things. and best of all it's going to be battery poweredand too ugly for thieves! that's one of the main reasons i signed up to this forum.