I have been running this firmware on a WRT54G v. 2 for about a week and have have had to pull the plug on the router and restart it several times. I leave the router running 24/7 and it has always been running for more than a day when it crashes. When the crash occurs, the WLAN and port lights blink together over and over and the router cannot be reached from either a wired or wireless PC. When I pull the plug and reboot everything seems okay again. I have not tried using the resetbutton; I find that its recessed nature makes it hard to use, plus I would hate to hold it too long and lose my configuration setup. I have a PC, a Sipura 2000, and a Linksys WPS54GU2 Print Server on wired, static DHCP connections to the router, plus 2 notebook PCs that occasionally connect wirelessly using WPA-PSK (AES), MAC Filter (permit known only), and regular DHCP. I used to use WifiBox's firmware on a WRT54G v. 1.0 box; then the box and a WPS54GU2 Print Server fried each other and I had to get them both replaced under warranty. Now I am afraid to use WifiBox's current firmware. (I am pretty sure it was a murder-suicide but I do not know which one committed the crimes. The other possibility is that they were both simultaneous victims of something else.) The only reason I am not using the latest official firmware is that I need static DHCP for my Sipura 2000 (voip adapter) and for port forwarding to the wired PC. With WifiBox out of the running, I tried the Satori firmware. If it keeps crashing, I don't know what I am going to do. Has anyone any help or suggestions for me?