I was switching the firmware on my WRTSL54GS from HyperWRT Thibor15c to the Linksys v2.00.5 firmware, when I got a timeout error in Firefox at the time the flash normally completes (I forgot to clear the NVRAM before flashing). After waiting several minutes more, I reset the router. Now, the router refuses to boot itself either after a reset or power off, and the power indicator just keeps flashing endlessly. In short, the thing is now a brick. Unless there's some sort of secret fail-safe option I don't know about, I figure my options are: - Debrick it by building a JTAG cable, opening the box and soldering a header onto the proper interface, and then re-programming whatever needs to be re-programmed, - Try returning it and claiming warranty, or - Spending another $100 on a new one. I have little soldering experience, but am willing to try the first option if I'm certain that a warranty claim is out of the question and I would otherwise have to buy another one. Any thoughts, comments, or help would be greatly appreciated!