Hi guys, HARDWARE: I have a Linksys WRT54GS w/ SpeedBooster with Alchemy 1.0 final firmware. FIRST QUESTION: Under "advanced setting" in the Wireless submenus, there's an option for "afterburner". Should I enable this? I will be using WiFi often. What are the advantages/disadvantages? SECOND QUESTION: I'm very, very paranoid about security, so I'd like to minimize the risk of my wireless network being compromised. The Alchemy 1.0 Firmware has the following options for WAP. * TKIP * AES * TKIP + AES <-- Combined strengths? Does the TKIP + AES basically mean BOTH encryptions are used for a combined strength of the two? I'm using that right now and it's great :cheering: , but I can't seem to get my X50v to connect when WiFi is protected via TKIP + AES. If I just enabled TKIP, it's ok. WiFi on X50v is not mission critical, but it would be a little cool streaming music from anywhere in the house. THIRD QUESTION: I'm looking for an application for PocketPC (WM2003) platform that allows me to connect to TKIP + AES encryption methods. I've got a Dell Axim X50v with the default Dell WLAN software, but it only lets me connect via TKIP. PocketWINC is outdated software, so I need other recommendations. Thanks guys!