The Netgear WNDR3800 Premium Edition was a much anticipated router with all the bells and whistles when it was released last year as an improvement over the very popular WNDR3700 router. There was a well known 2.4G wireless disconnect issue that seemed to be plaguing this particular router for months since its release in late summer/early fall of 2011. While a few previous firmware updates were intended to fix this issue it now is being reported by WNDR3800 users that this particular ongoing issue has been finally been resolved with the recent v184.108.40.206 firmware update released on 3/28/12. If you plan on updating the firmware make sure you follow all the recommendations Netgear has noted such as only updating the router with a wired Ethernet connection. It might also be advisable to read the latest posted information in the Netgear support forum for the WNDR3800 router and backup your router settings before applying the firmware update. http://support.netgear.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/20264/~/wndr3800-firmware-version-220.127.116.11 New Features and Enhancements: Fixed - For 2.4G wireless connection, wireless client might be disconnected easily in heavy/noisy traffic environment. Fixed router log issue (Stops collecting router logs after a few days.) Enhances the NTFS file system write speed for ReadySHARE function.