About a year ago I got to try the 300N, Linksys's first N router, which was ok but the D-link DIR-625 had better range in my house. A couple of weeks ago thought I'd give the great (in principle) 350N a try... my first second gen N router. After 48 hours of tearing what little hair I have left out, more reboots than I can count, admin pages that would not load, 3 different firmwares and a total inability to get the USB storage to work properly (never long enough to transfer a complete 1GB file), I got the 330N instead. Got it Friday. Well ladies and gents, I'm sorry to say after 36 hours, my old D-Link DIR-625 is back and will stay there for the time being. The 330N wrorks fine, Gigabit wired Ethernet and all, except for this: it keeps stopping to transmit wirelessly... for no reason at all (it seems to me). The wireless network just ups and vanishes without rhyme or reason. (that's on 2 different laptops with two different brand wireless receivers). I used to have a WRT54G which never gave me any trouble but this is just ridiculous. Anyone have any idea before I send this crap back again? Firmware I had was 1.00.4 (yes, you read that right, I kow it's not officially available but that's what the sent me). They were supposed to send me 1.00.5 but after 36 hours no news. Anyway I tried 3 firmwares on the 350N and the problems only got worse, rarely better. Is this the end for Linksys?