Hello everyone! What are the different ways to brick a router "for sure"? I've heard a few (correct me if some of them are myth): 1. Interrupting firmware upgrade 2. Overclocking to unhanded frequencies 3. Restoring other router's config file directly (improper clone) 4. Adding overly long scripts or too many firewall rules 5. Unplugging router right after plugging it in I especially concerned about ways to brick router during "normal" use, i.e. like #5 above. Correct me if #5 is just a hype, but I think I saw a post somewhere (which I can't find now) where someone said that double powercycling can kill your router. This might seem a bit silly, but, can we make something like a big "No-No" list and summarize all possible "don'ts" in it? Maybe even make it sticky or add as one of the entries to our FAQ section. That would certainly be helpful for newcomers.