I believe I can get a Linksys WRTSL54GS WiFi router for about $30 (after an even trade-in from some local stores). However, before I go ahead, I really want to know the following two answers: I want to be able to telnet into this router using a Linksys stock firmware. However, when I took a peek at its firmware source code, I did not see the telnetd and login modules under busybox were enabled by default. Does this mean I can just recompile the firmware source with these telnetd and login modules enabled and flashed to a WRTSL54GS to have a telnet login session supported? Can anyone please confirm this? A Netgear WGT634UNAR (refurbished) @CompUSA can be had for less then $40 and it comes with a more advanced Broadcom 5363 CPU (even runs @200MHz) + an Atheros (mini-PCI) to support for 108Mbps, can anyone please tell me why should I want to waste more of my $$ to get a Linksys WRTSL54GS instead of getting this inexpesive 108Mbps Netgear WGT634UNAR WiFi refurbished router?