I really like the new WRTSL54GS: The wireless coverage and signal strength is much better compared to the WRT54G v1.0 that it replaces in my house, the form factor is perfect, the storage feature is faster than the NSLU2, and you can plug the external drive into a Windows computer for recovery. But I found that the storage feature isn't quite ready for prime time (see below). I will keep it for now anyway, hoping that firmware updates eventually take care of the problems I'm encountering. Here are the storage problems I have with Firmware version is v2.00.1, Nov. 7, 2005. I'm in contact with Linksys support. I will post updates when I learn more. Please share your own experiences, too. - The internal clock isn't running. It shows Current Time : Not Available in the status page. I suspect it can't find a time server or something. - All files copied to the storage unit get modification and creation times like 12/31/1979 04:00 PM. This might be related to the time problem. - Files and directories with names that contain no lower case characters get created in all lower case. I.e. "SBC" becomes "sbc", but "Sbc" correctly becomes "Sbc". - The unit drops off the network for a while when copying files larger than 1 GB, and the files do not get copied. - Files already on the unit sometimes revert to a size of 0 after copying additional files. I have seen this only when I had more than about 120 GB stored on the drive.