Hi all, Have an interesting problem that I hope someone can help me out with. My network looks like this: Slingbox <--wired--> WRT54Gv2 (tomato 1.19) <-wireless-> WRT54GX (stock) The WRT54GX is wired to a cable modem and two PC's. It serves as the wireless access point for a Wii and two other PC's. WPA encryption is used. I am running Tomato in "Wireless Ethernet Bridge" mode. When I view the Slingbox on a device connected via a wire to the WRT54GX I get excellent speeds (1400-3Kbps). When I view the Slingbox on a device connected wireless to the WRT54GX I cannot get more than 500Kbps. Normally it's around 300-400K. I previously had a dedicated SMC2870W bridge where the WRT54Gv2 is and I was getting ~1400K speeds streaming wireless. The power supply on the SMC died so I replaced it with a WRT54G a friend wasn't using. Do I have the Tomato firmware configured incorrectly for this topology? Should I try Wireless Client or WDS? It would be nice to have the extra ports in a bridge for a game console or whatever but if I can get the Tomato firmware to behave like the old SMC bridge that would be ideal. Thanks in advance for any advice or suggestions and please let me know if I can clarify this at all.