I have been at this for roughly 3 days and have already bricked (I think) one of my two Buffalo WHR-G54S routers. I have a Linksys "GL" router flashed w/ Tomato 1.18 and will be going for broke and flashing the second Buffalo w/ Tomato 1.19 firmware. I want to configure the Buffalo as a wireless ethernet bridge (WET) for hooking up my slingbox, xbox 360, and Wii downstairs. So far before my first Buffalo went "tango uniform", I did the following: -setup the Buffalo w/ the same SSID as main router -setup the Buffalo w/ the same security and key as main router -setup the Buffalo w/ the same wireless channel as main router -"access point" on the Linksys, "wireless ethernet bridge" on the Buffalo -disabled DHCP on the Buffalo -192.168.1.1 on the Linksys, and changed to 192.168.1.2 on the Buffalo Why can't I make a connection?!?!? Do I need to phsically link the routers w/ an ethernet cable in the setup process like I see in some diagrams? Do I need to exchange wireless MAC addresses in the 2 routers? I swear I am not looking to be "spoon fed" here. I have stayed up late over the last few nights and GOOGLED myself sick, crashed a router, and GOOGLED some more. I have already learned alot from this site and its forum members, but I would really appreciate some help w/ this so I can move on. Thanks.