Hi. I recently purchased a WRT54G 2.2, upgraded to the latest Linksys firmware (3.03.6). Everything seems to be working well. I have a question about the "WPA Algorithms" selection on the "Wireless Security" page. I'm setting up WPA-PSK, and based on research I did, AES is the more secure choice over TKIP. Either option seems to work fine for my hardware. However, when connecting, the PC client can also choose TKIP or AES. Either one works, regardless of the setting on the WRT54G. If I select TKIP on the PC, then the connection details for the PC will show WPA-PSK/TKIP. If I select AES on the PC, then the connection details will show WPA-PSK/AES. This is regardless of the setting on the WRT54G. So what is the setting on the WRT54G actually doing? I thought it would enforce the client to use the same encryption, but this doesn't seem to be the case (unless the PC is reporting it wrong). Thanks.