It seems that with every new release of v23 beta 2, there is some new feature or a newly supported platform. Most recently, in the 14.11 release, there is a new feature to change the WAN port into a LAN port. Now, new features are wonderful things and they should be integrated into the product if they benefit the user community. The proper time to introduce new features into a software product is early in the development cycle. Introducing these major changes in the beta 2 phase of the development is wrong. The WAN/LAN feature should have been saved for v24 alpha or beta 1. When a software product moves into a beta 2 phase, most hard-core users are testing for proper functionality on features introduced in beta 1. I think most users would embrace a solidly working, bug-free backup/restore system or client-bridge mode feature. Brainslayer,you and the team are doing a great job but please stop the scope creap. Address the current set of bugs and move the product into a release candidate or final state. Then the new, cool features or new platform can be saved for the next release (if there will be one). - Rob.