Just wanted to put a link to something that, had I known this, could have avoided alot of grief initially in trying to figure out what to buy for starter wireless in my home. Linksys Info Post: WAP54G vs WRT54G I was only trying to get my XBOX up on the net, as I was tired of running ethernet cable across the house everytime I wanted to play. I needed something to start with, but saw that everything for 54G was about the same price, $100, including the Microsoft XBOX "bridge". I then decided to get the WAP54G for a client and the WRT54GS for AP only to get the best flexability. I know now I should probably have just gotten two WRT54GS. I was also worried about new things comming out, like the WET54GS5. But with the open ended firmware options that seem to be around, and untill the radios really improve or change (like get 200-500mbit)... I think I'll opt for getting WRTs from now on, which has all the stuff in one box: two wired ethernet adapters, one wireless ethernet adapter, routing, and a four port switch. I dont see needing anything else for bridges and APs. Might even skip wireless cards in non-mobile cases and get a WRT instead, if the computer or device already has ethernet. Anyone have other thoughts?