I went and did a very silly thing. I am going to be moving to a new place, and I figured it would be a good time to upgrade my networking hardware. I currently connect via a 2Wire Home Portal 1000HG USB/Ethernet External DSL Modem with 802.11b/g Wi-Fi. For some time now, I've been incorrectly referring to this thing as a "router." Recently I read the article about all the wonderful 3rd party firmware hacking you can do to the Linksys WRT-54G wireless router. Thinking that I would give our old "router" (actually, the DSL modem) to my housemate I move out, I went and paid a premium on eBay for the rare WRT-54G v4 that supports the 3rd party firmware. To my dismay, I realized too late (after receiving it) that I need a DSL modem as well. Not only that, but of course it turns out that I could've gotten away with a 54GL or 54GS and *still* been able to use the custom firmware. I can't return the router to the seller. Should I try to sell it on eBay, and get a combination wireless router/DSL modem (I have a laptop I'd like to use wirelessly in the house)? Or should I pick up a regular non-wireless DSL modem and stick with what I have purchased? Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks.