I have an AirPort Express that is I guess about four or five years old. It's the kind that plugs into the wall directly and looks like the power brick for a MacBook. The past few days I have been having some issues with the network that seem to be resolved when I unplug the router and then plug it back in. I wanted to update the firmware/do some troubleshooting, so I launched AirPort Utility. The Express showed up, but with a message that this version of AirPort Utility is not compatible with the Express, and that I needed an older version available at Apple's website. The message contained a link that did not work, but I was able to find the version (5.6) on Apple's website. I downloaded it, but when I tried to install it, an error message stated that my version of OS X (10.8) is not compatible with this version of AirPort Utility and the utility cannot be installed. A JPeg with the two errors is attached. I guess I'm stuck in an Apple paradox. Any ideas? Or should I just purchase a new router? If I need a new router, is there a specific one that you would recommend? Ease of use (and setup) and reliability are paramount. Thanks in advance!