I've currently got a WRT54GS running with some Sveasoft firmware. I've also just ordered a new WRV54G which should be in my hands in a few days. My internet connection has been pretty unreliable for the past month or two and Bell doesn't seem to be able to remedy the situation. I've got a neighbour that lets me access his internet connection through his wireless router, but this requires firing up the laptop which has the wireless card and setting up a bridge between the wireless card and the ethernet port, and then plugging the ethernet port into the WAN port on the WRT54GS. Here is what I would like to do if possible. Set up the WRV54G as the primary router running a DHCP server and wireless. All desktop PC's will be wired to the WRV54G and my internet connection will be plugged into the WRV's WAN port. Pretty simple thus far. What I'm not sure about is if I can set up my WRT54GS so that it is connected wirelessly as a client to my neighbours wireless router. A CAT5 cable would then run from one of the WRT's ports (not the WAN port, just a regular port) to one of the ports on the WRV. How well would this work? Would it actually provide redundant internet connections? Or would this simply confuse the hell out of my routers causing all kinds of problems?