I live in a small condo with my partner. We have three mobile devices (iPhone, iPod Touch, Android phone), a laptop (Win7) and a desktop computer (Vista) that connect to the wireless. Typically only one or two devices will be in use at any one time. I am using Telus (Canadian telecom) as my provider for both TV and Internet. They have supplied me with an Actiontec V1000H as seen here: http://www.actiontec.com/products/product.php?pid=191. It is connected via ethernet to my PC and sits in my computer nook/mini mancave. The main problem is the wireless fairly regularly fails to connect (it happens several times per week, on average). The device trying to connect either needs to be completely shut off/restarted (which may or may not work) or the wireless gateway has to be reset. This is annoying and it can happen even if the device (eg. my phone) is sitting a few feet away from the gateway. Is there any way to improve the stability of the wireless connection short of getting Telus to swap out the gateway for another and hoping the replacement works better? Is wireless normally this flaky and I'm just being unreasonable and junk by expecting better? Any answers and/or advice is appreciated!