Well, I recently purchased a WRT54GL of Amazon, and as is customary, it was giving me trouble and constantly disconnecting. It died down, yet I'm still having problems with torrent speeds. So I've decided to upgrade to HyperWRT Thibor15c. My router is a WRT54GL v1.1, with a serial number beginning with CL7B and is loaded with the official v4.30.2 firmware. I did my research and found out I needed the following file: http://www.thibor.co.uk/files/firmware/Hyperwrt_G_Thibor15c.zip, I have downloaded it and extracted it. I now have the file 'Hyperwrt_G_Thibor15c.bin' which is approximately 3.42 MB. I used the search function and figured out that I simply need to Update through the Administration>Firmware Upgrade tool. Now, although I know that it should be a relatively simple process, I can't help but hesitate. So I just need to comment and ask about certain things that have been pestering me and how they could potentially affect the update. Firstly, my computer has a wired connection with the router (I will be using this to perform the update), but the router is also constantly in use wirelessly, with an average of about 1-2 laptops being connected through-out most of the day. So, I was just wondering if these wireless connections could in anyway jeopardise the update? Another aspect that has been on my mind was my setup, which is as follows. Phone line > Modem > Router > My computer ________________________ > Wireless connections Will that be sufficient, or do you recommend that I change it? My settings are also quite important to me; I read that loading my backed-up configuration file after updating could potentially brick my router. Is this true? My final query is regarding the worst case scenario, where I brick. I know I can attempt to use the various methods located on these forums for un-bricking, but I was also wondering if it was viable that I would be able to get a replacement under the router’s warrantee. Thank you.