After pouring over slides of gross and sectional slides of brain and spinal cord anatomy, I decided my laser printer wasn't cutting it. I needed color, i needed detail!!!! I picket up an HP DeskJet 5850. It is one of two 'consumer' DeskJets that are offered with built-in networking. It has both a 802.11b interface and good old 10/100TX 802.3. I got it home and set it up on the wired network, assigned it a static DHCP address through the WiFi'd WRT54G and named it deskjet.local.net through the Local DNS server. From there on out, setting it up on my other machines was easy, just point it to deskjet.local.net and voila! So, I did enough to get it up and working on the network, but later on this week, I'll really run it through its paces, see how it handles wireless, operating on a windows Print Server, and being redundant and using it on the WPS54GU2. I'd like to see if the DeskJet series is as incompatible as the LaserJets are on the Linksys Print Server. So, be looking for more a complete report on DeskJets (based on a whole n=1 sample) and the WPS54GU2 and general printer networking soon.