I've always been confused about something. Why are the linksys bridges on the market? Who buys them? The access points are half the price and can be set up in "client" or "bridge" modes, basically performing the exact same function as the bridge. I don't get it. Wired on one side, wireless on the other. Why buy a WET54G or a "gaming adapter" for $140 when the WAP54G can do the same thing (and much much MORE, if you need it to) for $65? maybe i'm missing something. let me rephrase: what can a bridge do that an access point can't do that's worth an extra $60 or $70?