Hi all, Anyone have any links or info on what tends to die in a WRWT54G v1.0 and/or how to repair said parts? I was using my 3yr-old one late last night and right in the middle of some serious file transferage, lost my net connection. I stumbled through the dark apartment (stepped on the damn cat, barefoot. Ouch?) and went to the room where the router & modem is, muttering not-so-silent curses at my cable provider, then I notice something disturbing: the cable modem's happily blinking, but the WRT, alas, was 100% dark. No LEDs. Nothing. Not even slightly warm. I checked the power supply which shows (5.17v at the plug), then continuity and voltages (~3.8v, I think) across every component inside I could, (I must admit, my circuit board repair skills aren't so great) and saw nothing out of the ordinary. How does one verify a bad capacitor with a multimeter anyway? I'm pretty sure this thing didn't get fried by a power spike, as everything's on a good UPS with line conditioner, and other devices on the same UPS showed no ill efects. The only thing I can think of is, a few months ago, I did install a HyperWRT 1.5c and upped the Tx power a notch (Next higher setting above the default) and since the thing's *completely* dead, not justthe wireless, I don't think that's the problem. So, I dunno. Ordinarily, I'd bin it and buy something newer, but this year, my normally tight funds are completely nonexistent, as I am now amazingly poor. So, I refuse to scrap it if I can help it. Fortunately(?) I had an old 802.11B BEFW11S4 that I was planning to sell, so I'm not completely out of luck, but might as well be, cos without the QOS, my activities (24x7x365 maxing out the connection) slightly interfere with the point-&-click activities of said connection's owner. So, the sooner I get a working WRT54G with QOS, the less griping and passive-aggressiveness I'll have to endure. Any ideas?