Found an interesting article about WMM that I wanted to share since the WET610N supports this. Does Wi-Fi MultiMedia (WMM) Really Do Anything? - Part 1 Does Wi-Fi MultiMedia (WMM) Really Do Anything? - Part 2 Does Wi-Fi MultiMedia (WMM) Really Do Anything? - Part 3 "But my experiments show that WMM provides no benefit for improving video (or audio) streaming robustness by shifting available bandwidth from low-priority data traffic to higher-priority media streams. The only way that this will change is if media servers—both standalone and NAS-embedded—implement WMM-compliant priority tagging" Thoughts? Will we be seeing some receiver software changes if this isn't being done now? There is an area in the browser setup method that is used to control WMM with many parameters. What we do not know yet is if the receiver will be making any changes to these vaalues and if so, will it make a difference based on what the the article describes.