Well, I finally made the jump into the DSL world and figured I'd go ahead and get a router to wire my desktop and WiFi my laptop. I purchased the WRT54G from Newegg at a pretty good price. Here's the catch. It seems Linksys has made their firmware Open Source and there are some great things that people have been doing patching the Open Source Linux firmware. However, the newest version of this router (v5) no longer uses Linux, but something called Vxworks. It also has less RAM, so it's probably not capable of running the Linux firmware. What would you do? Should I just be happy if my new router works out of the box? Or should I return to NewEgg, swallow the restocking fee and find an older version of the router (or the newly re-branded WRT54GL) so that I can flash the firmware for these enhanced features (which, BTW, I don't fully understand yet)? Any thoughts? Joey Wanna kill these ads? We can help!