Hi, This is probably related to a bunch of other threads here, but I wanted to throw my hat into the ring. I warn you, this is related to running Windows Vista on my MacBook Pro I have a Dell desktop with an external hard drive attached to it. It is on my network along with my MacBook Pro. I like to backup files from my MacBook Pro to that drive over the network -- which obviously means that the data flows through my Airport Extreme Base Station 802.11n. I have noticed though that anytime I try to backup a bunch of files (like the first backup that will subsequently become incremental backups), that the AEBS just gives up and my whole internal network is shutdown and access to the internet is no longer available. I have to power off/on the AEBS everytime. That *****! Now, mind you, the files themselves aren't necessarily that big. I mean the total lot of the files I am trying to backup is only 710 MB. I think the AEBS just cannot handle the volume for some reason. Has anyone seen this? If it helps, I am using SyncBackSE for my backups. Is rolling back to a previous firmware version recommended? I have 7.2.1 right now (the latest, I think). How do you rollback? Any ideas on how to nip this problem in the bud modulo going out and getting a non-Apple wireless router? Thanks.