I currently have a WRT54G v2 I am using as both my wireless G and Internet router. The WRT54G only acts as the router/gw and WiFi. DHCP is provided by my 2000 server. I would LOVE to be able to use the filters on the WRT54G but they just don't work. Problem is, the WPC54G in my wife's laptop has problems getting a good connection in the livingroom (unlike my Toshiba Laptop's built-in Atheros wireless nic). So, I see the following options. 1. Purchase another WRT54G (or WRT54GS), put it in the living room connected to the old ethernet port. Enable it's WiFi and disable the main WiFi. Not sure if I can have both active at the same time and get transparent connectivity. 2. Purchase a WRE54G extender and put it in the livingroom. Only problem I see is my speed would now be half. 3. Purchase a wired-router to replace my WRT54G as the primary router. Put the WRT54G in the livingroom as only a WAP. I guess it mostly comes down to will a newer WRT54 (g or gs) give me working Internet filters or do the filters actually work on the wired-routers? About the only benefit I see in spending the extra money for a WRT54GS would be if my Atheros (108Mbps) card will actually connect to the Linksys at that speed. So, what do all of you think? I'm eager to know. Thanks.