Hi all, I've been surfing around this page and others to find an answer; no luck as yet. This website http://www.bitsum.com/openwiking/owbase/ow.asp?WRT54G indicates that WRT54G units with Broadcom BCM5352/BCM3302 v0.8 processors are equipped with a CFE that solves some problems with v0.7 units: "1. The CPU/backplane clock frequency [in the v0.8 units] is always a 2:1 ratio, so the second parameter of the clkfreq variable is ignored and can be omitted. The platform may support the same ratios as the BCM3302 0.7, but no other ratios are used or have been experimented yet to date. 2. If no frequency match is found in the table, the next closest match of less than or equal value is used. Previous CFE versions had a problem that would cause them to just fail. 3. If a a frequency above the maximum is attempted, the clock is set to its default speed. Previous CFE versions would simply lock up. 4. The clkfreq variable is reset to 200 on a hard reset of the nvram. Previous CFE versions were reported to not do this." Does anyone know (1) if it is possible to modify the CFE of v0.7 units to incorporate at least the second, and hopefully also the third, of these protections, and (2) if so, how to accomplish this? The first protection would also be nice, although according to the link above, the CPU/backplane clock frequency of v0.7 units is not always in a 2:1 ratio (e.g. when the CPU is at 300, the backplane is supposed to be at 120). I have already modified the CFEof my unit (a WRT54G v.3) with the line "reset_gpio=6" which, according to http://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/techref/bootloader/cfe means that holding the reset button while powering on the unit resets nvram variables to CFE defaults. This is pretty nice, and in itself avoids much of the hassle inherent in overclocking v0.7 units. However, it would be even better to avoid having to do hard resets, so if anybody knows how to modify the CFE to accomplish these goals, I would really appreciate if you'd share your know-how. Thanks very much!