Hi everyone. Traditionally I've been highly distrustful of wireless routers. Not only have they had some historically weak and easily defeated security measures, but my home setup has never required wireless - Wired setup has been sufficient for me in all regards. Recently, however, I've acquired a smartphone, and avoiding additional data charges has made me seriously consider adding a wireless router to my setup. Before I do so, though, I wanted to ask the experts here about what the best steps and best hardware would be to ensure a secure network. Currently I have two computers and a number of gaming consoles plugged into a Linksys BEFSR41. I'd be using the wireless mostly for my phone, though a couple of hand-held consoles and a laptop may occasionally interact with it. My questions are as follows: 1) What wireless router would be best for this setup? Security is a top concern, so I believe I'd want an option that has custom firmware available. 2) Would I need to chuck out my existing, wired router and plug my wired devices into the wireless router? Or would it be better to simply add the wireless router as a device ON the existing wired router? The wired router is working fantastically right now. Speeds and compatibility are right where I'd like them, and I fear messing with the situation. "If it ain't broke, don't fix it", after all. 3) What security measures are essential for setting up a wireless network? Please keep in mind that though I can navigate my way through most computer dealings, I'm essentially a know-nothing when it comes to issues of networking - and the specific security required for a wireless network is not an exception. Since I've avoided a wireless network for so long, I have no clue how to secure one appropriately. Thanks in advance for any help or advice!