Hi all, New here. So far from the wealth of info I've been reading here, I've decided to keep the 54GS v3 model. I bought two routers at Wal-Mart last week figuring I'd research a little before I opened one. Have a 54G v4 and a 54GS v3. I'll take the 54G back since what I'm reading on the forums here, the 54GS v3 is a better choice between the two. I have Vonage. Motorola VT1000 + Belkin FD7430(?) Router currently. Mediacom ISP, 5MB down. The cable modem is some RCA unit that the Mediacom guy put on. If I put the Motorola before the router, I get pretty good voice, but the Motorola bugs out every once in awhile, bringing my network down. Right now, I have the Motorola behind the Belkin router. That's the most stable situation. Call quality has increasingly been poor. I have Motorola in DMZ and that has seemed to help. The symptoms I have right now are "choppy" sounds from the person I'm calling. The person can hear me fine usually, which is good, but I get broken voice packets coming into my end. I'm not doing alot of downloading or gaming usually. Here's my question(s): I'm going to put the WRT54GS on the network to replace the Belkin. I'd like to keep the Motorola box behind the router. I've searched around for quite some time and haven't really found any conclusive evidence that I should open that 54GS box just yet. This site is narrowing me down, however. I think I'll be able to solve my problem here. I've looked at sveasoft, got too confused. I checked out the comparison chart from this site and I'm sure I'll pick DD-WRT. Anybody have any suggestions? Do you think by putting the new 54GS + DD-WRT on my network, (along with some tweaking) that my vonage problem will get better? Or is it not worth the effort? Or is there another, better solution involving a different router? I'd look at Hyper-WRT a little closer, but I want static dhcp as an option. Apologies for the lengthy post, but I wanted to get the details out as much as possible. Thanks in advance for replies. Great site here!