I recently purchased a WMB54G (Wireless-G Music Bridge) and have been very pleased with the hardware and its functionality, but the PC-side software leaves much to be desired. Basically, the Music Bridge software can only be either completely on or off, and when on it hijacks all sound that would otherwise go to the primary sound driver and sends it to the wireless bridge's output. The problem with this is obvious -- it either sends all sounds or none, and so when streaming music to my stereo I also get all other incidental sound effects. A much better implementation would be for it to create a fake sound driver to register alongside "Primary Sound Driver" (like, ahem, "WMB54G - <specific device name>"), so that I could choose to output to it from within specific applications. This could actually be combined with the original implementation so it had like 3 or 4 options -- "stream selected" (in which it would redirect only those apps with the wmb54g sound driver chosen), "stream none" (in which case all sound routed to the fake wmb54g sound driver would be re-routed to the primary sound driver), and maybe a "stream everything" which would work as the current software does now and might be useful for apps that for whatever reason couldn't or wouldn't use the fake sound driver. As with all linksys products like this, its open-sourced, so where is the community to create such a solution? (As far as I can tell, they wouldn't have to do anything to the device firmware -- its all about the local machine software). Help?