I have noticed that the Wireless Zero Configuration software in XP SP2 seems quite unstable with my WMP54-G Linksys wireless card. In particular, if the wireless connection gets disrupted for any reason (say I reset the WRT54-G wireless router), the WZC software gets confused about the connection. I have the WZC set up to autoconnect to a WPA-SPK encrypted network. What happpens is that the display of available wireless networks and the icon at the bottom of the screen get decoupled from the connection status. For instance, I can be connected (and the popup status shown by moving the cursor over the WZC icon shows this is the case) but in the available wireless networks window I have the status shown as disconnected and the Connect button appears rather than the Disconnect button. Furthermore, the WZC icon at the bottom of the screen shows the wireless connectioon as disconnected (with a red X). I have to reboot to resync the connection status throughout the WZC software. Is anyone else seeing these sorts of problems? Jack ps I must admit I am very impressed by how MacOS X handles the same situation. Not only does the Airport software for their Airport Extreme card flawlessly handle a reset of the wireless router (properly showing the reconnected status) but I can even switch the channel used on the router,. MacOS X will follow the channel change on the connected network without interruption. Neat.