First, apologies if this has been gone over before...I did a search of the forums and nothing immediately jumped out at me. I have a WRT54G v2, using the most recent firmware, which is 4.20.7, dated 8/25/05. I also have a Tivo connected to a wireless USB adapter, a D-Link DWL-122, which (at least at the time, I assume it still is) was on the approved list from Tivo for adapters that would work with their hardware. So here's the deal: When I use the Tivo software to transfer a show to my PC, along the way, and seemingly at random, the router will reset itself; all of the lights turn on for a second, Windows tells me it's disconnected, and then it tells me everything has reconnected and everything continues. It's as if I cycled the power, and it's annoying, because it will often cause other connections to drop, too. Note that near as I can tell, this problem ONLY seems to happen when I transfer from the Tivo...I don't notice a problem when I am using my Wireless-G laptop in the other room. (The DWL-122 is an 802.11b adapter.) And wired connections all seem to do everything just fine. So my questions are these: 1) Is the DWL-122 a known crappy adapter? Would replacing that improve things? 2) Could this be a shortcoming of the Linksys stock firmware, and would switching to a 3rd party firmware help matters? If so, can someone recommend a good free one? 3) Have other people complained here about the union of a WRT54G and their Tivo? Thanks for any help!