I dug up my WL-330gE thinking to use it in wireless client mode in hotels and such. I can't get it to work with either Toastman or Shibby builds, even though it's supposed to be supported. With Toastman K26 7501.3-Mini or Std (both are under 4MB) (tomato-K26-1.28.7501.3MIPSR2Toastman-RT-Mini), the router is nonresponsive. Lights seem to work but I can't ping it at 192.168.1.1 even after setting a static IP on my laptop. I *think* the problem is that this is a MIPSR1 router, but this firmware version is MIPSR2, even though Toastman says WL-330ge is supported. With Toastman MIPSR1 K24 builds (tomato-K26-1.28.RT-MIPSR1-108-Mini), the router boots up but thinks it's a different Asus router. Clicking on Basic -> Network makes the router hang. Logging in via Telnet shows that CPU load is very high - around 1.00. With Shibby build 108 mini (tomato-K26-1.28.RT-MIPSR1-108-Mini), the router comes up and everything is fine until I put it in wireless client mode. In order to put it in wireless client mode, I have to set the WAN connection to something besides Disabled. I select DHCP, put in my wireless network SSID and key, and then the router becomes nonresponsive. I can't ping it on its 192.168.1.1 address or access the web config screens. BUT if I look at my main router's Active Devices screen, I can see the little Asus router shows up as an active wifi client with an IP on my LAN and everything. Also (and this is really weird) even though I can't ping the little Asus router on its LAN side, it still serves DHCP to my laptop. Shibby or Toastman, or anyone else - any ideas? Thanks!