The WRV200 hardware looks to be a bargain. Not much more expensive than the WRT54GL and perhaps better (twice the RAM, if I remember correctly). From my standpoint, the software has been a tantilizing failure. I've been waiting in vain for the software to get good enough for me. There are three ways ahead: continue waiting. rebuild firmware from the source that Linksys has released third party firmware (dd-wrt, open-wrt, etc.) In reverse order, I'll address each of these. I don't think that there is currently any third-party firmware for the WRV200. Does anyone know of any? Months ago, I added a row for the WRV200 to the OpenWRT table of hardware, but that hasn't magically caused support to appear: http://wiki.openwrt.org/TableOfHardware Has anyone tried rebuilding the firmware from the released source? If that could be done, I'd be happy to hack on it to make it better (at least for me). So far I've been too lazy to be the pioneer. Anyone else interested? Since I wrote a good chunk of the IPsec code, I might be useful to such a project. I don't actually know if Linksys has released enough code to do this. The easiest approach for me is to continue waiting. This costs me very little effort. It seems like a shame to waste the unit, but that is a lot less expensive than an open-ended time commitment to get the darn thing doing what I want. The WRT54GL would be easier. How do others feel? Anyone else interested in hacking firmware for the WRV200?