I was usiing a WET11 (802.11b bridge) and WRT54G to share a wireless internet connection with a network printer (wired), and between 2 to 4 laptops (wireless). Sometimes there is a need to support an additional wired laptop. However, both the WET11 and WRT54G I have are now dead due to some random occurance. The setup is moved around pretty often, and we use it in different locations. Being resonably portable/packable is quite essential. Most often, these locations have a open wireless connection, or wired connection. Occassionally, it will have a weak wireless connection, and very occassionally will have a protected wireless connection. I'm looking to replace the above setup, and was wondering if anyone could comment on how viable the following solutions might be, pros/cons I may have missed, and generally which would you consider the most ideal solution; or to suggest something else that I may have missed. a) Linksys WTR54GS. link + All in one, small, most compact. Appears to do most of what I need - Unable to share/connect to a protected wireless connection - Unable to support >1 wired device - Potentially unable to login if only a weak wireless connection is available. - Potentially weak coverage - no external antenna / power boost custom firmware b) Linksys WET54G + WRT54GC ~ Pretty much the same setup I had before. + Resonably compact - No custom firmware ? Unknown signal coverage - no power boost custom firmware (external antenna supported however...) - I hear the WET54G is a less than ideal bridge, and doesn't perform very well... c) Linksys WET54G link + WRT54G ~ Same setup I had before. + Custom firmware - Not very portable/compact... - I hear the WET54G is a less than ideal bridge, and doesn't perform very well... d) Linksys WRT54G (custom firmware, client mode) + WAP54G link + ??? - Bulky e) 2* Linksys WRT54G (custom firmware) + ??? - Bulky Are there any particular advantages to using d or e above? Are there any other products out there that might be able to serve my needs? There certainly is no way a custom firmware on a WRT54G that would be able to do what the WTR54GS does right? (share a wireless connection, wirelessly...) Thanks!