Hey all. First off I just sort of discovered this site and you have alot of great info, so thanks. I hate to ask what I am about to ask, but Google is just not finding me the exact answers I need and I hope I have come to the right place. The story goes something like this. Just recently bought a new Blu-Ray player that has BD-Live and all that. That being the case, I need to get it on my home network. Running a cable isn't an option, so of course I need to go wireless. I was going to simply by some sort of Game Wireless Adapter thing like for the XBOX but the store I went to was sold out. Thinking I would be clever (and it was cheaper) I just picked up a WRT54G2, thinking I could use it as a bridge or something. While at the store I just discovered the existence of the Tomato firmware. I'm not much into networking, but I do use thibor and always thought it was cool, mainly for static DHCP. Anyway I misread someone's post and thought they said they had installed tomato on a WRT54G2 router to use as a Bridge, but I was mistaken. I come to find out NO 3rd Party firmware works on this thing. (Am I correct on that?) So I guess what I am asking to confirm is that I wont be able to use this router as a bridge for my Blu-Ray player as I planned am I? I may of jumped the gun buying it, but I have been smart enough to not open it till I know what I'm dealing with. As a little side note to all this, I am happy I discovered tomato which seems very popular, so I am going to be switching to it shortly here tonight. Hope I don't screw up my network! Thanks for listening!