Just bought a WAG325N. Had an old WAG54G some time back, but had endless troubles and replaced it with a Netgear, which I was very happy with, but I thought it was time for an upgrade. Initially, I was happy with the wireless speed but a few disappointments have cropped up: 1. Inability to reserve MAC/IP addresses for DHCP. How silly is this? Almost every other gateway/router that I've every used has had this ability. I remember my last Linksys also had this shortfall. It is frustrating to have to hard-set devices in order to allow proper routing. 2. There is a button with a little padlock icon on it that looks the same as the light for the wireless security on the top of the unit. It is a button, not a decoration, as it clicks when pressed, but as to what it does, I'm uncertain. I can find no mention of it in the manual. Did I miss it? Does anyone know what it would do, or why it would be needed? 3. My wireless clients all get the error message: "Windows was unable to find a certificate". I understand that this is usually because of a confusion between using radius or PSK. However, although the security mode is set to "WPA2-Personal", I suspect that something is screwy. I have seen other mentions of this in this forum, but no solutions. I have just tried changing the Authentication Type to "Shared Key" instead of "Auto" (default) to see if that helps. I thought I was using the latest firmware (V1.00.11) but I've just found .12 and upgraded it, though I am disappointed that there are no mention of these issues in the release notes. I have noticed that under the .11 firmware, changing the authentication type as I mentioned in point 3 caused the wireless security light to turn off. I have not been able to duplicate this in .12, where both the lights for wireless and security turn off once the change is made, but the security light always comes back on again. Has anyone else experienced the above issues and does anyone have any suggestions? I personally think that Linksys should get on and write an option for DHCP reservation into their next firmware release (as they eventually did for the WAG54G after much whinging from everyone).