I've been having problems with my WRT54G v2.2 when there is a lot of wireless traffic going on. When I first got my router, there was a problem transferring a lot of data over the wireless connection - the connection would drop after a few minutes (giving a "The specified network name cannot be found" error message). I remember there was a lot of people complaining about the same issue - this was fixed eventually by Linksys (I think it was firmware 4.00.7). However, I'm now running Thibor 15c, and I think I'm having the same problem occurring. It used to be that when I either did large file transfers, or used VNC for a while, the connection would drop (and then re-establish itself), and it seems to be happening again. I've tried disabling a few things to see if that helps - I've disabled QoS controls, I've turned off encryption, but it is still running into problems. Has anyone else run into this? I know that when I upgraded to the fixed Linksys firmware, I couldn't reproduce the problem, and I know HyperWRT is meant to be based on the most recent Linksys firmware, so I wouldn't have thought for it to be a problem. One other thing - according to my router, it's running "Firmware Version: v4.71.1, Hyperwrt 2.1b1 + Thibor15c", but according to this page, v4.30.5 is the latest version - so is that page out of date, or am I missing something?