Ok, I'm setting up a network between buildings and instead of the $800 outdoor bridges from Cisco and others, I've chosen the WAP54GV2 using external antennas. Now, I've read through the release notes and it states bridging is not functional, but their literature shows how to set it up. Does bridging not work? If so, does setting up one as an AP and one as an AP client allow interconnection of remote networks? Anyone used either mode and can speak for the reliability? I had also looked at the WET54GS5 (five port switch) and asked Linksys tech support what the limit was on MAC addresses supported, they told me 1), this box does not do security and when I explained to them what a MAC address table was, they told me 5000 addresses, which seems odd since most devices that support bridging have a MAC table size on 1K boundries (1024, 4096, 8192, etc), I didn't have a warm fuzzy about this answer. Also, the WET54 info states you can use the 1 port G bridge with it, where is the 1 port G bridge? Another question I asked Linksys tech support was availability of an outdoor antenna, they gave me a part number of a new hi gain antenna you attach to the back of the box. I found products from Hawking that look promising, any others that work well? My distance between buildings is less than 100 yards with a drop in elevation of about 30 feet.