I'm thinking that since I want to take my WRT54G v2.0 access point board out of its stock enclosure and move it into a weatherproof enclosure meant for the outdoors, I might as well solder a serial port to it on the offchance that I might brick the unit at some time in the future and will then need to flash firmware in a hurry using tftp. It works fine now. Does this logic of adding-a-port-becuase-I-might-need-one-later make any sense? Is there a web page How-to complete with pictures showing how to solder a serial port onto a version 2,0 board? Including a list of parts I would need?