I have a WAG54G V1.2 and am running firmware 1.02.9AU. My laptop has an Intel 2200BG mini-PCI card fitted, and the Intel Proset software has a Details button that tells me about various settings that are operational. One of the items listed is called CCX TPC which appears to be the current power level in use by the card. The Help file explains this item as "Cisco Compatible Extensions Power Levels". Tried to find out more about this on the net but nothing definitive for B and G networks, though TPC seems to be required for A networks. Seems that the access point can instruct the client (my PC) to vary its power so as to minimise potential radio interference. Practical tests show that if I operate as G (54Mbit) then the PC gets told to use a measley 10.0mW, but when operating as a B (11Mbit) then it is gets told to operate at 31.6mW. No prizes for guessing which speed gives the most reliable connection. Given the number of other bugs that have been seen in the WAG54G's firmware, maybe a duff decision as to what power to tell the PC to use when operating in G mode is at the root of the variable results that people seem to be having. Now, could it be that some G cards' drivers don't take any notice of the access point's power requests (and hence work fine), whereas other cards' drivers do - and thus have unreliable G wireless links? Just a theory at present - are there any others who are noticing similar operation?