NEED ADVICE! I have lost four (4) Wilson 812201 Direct Connect signal boosting amps in the last month. Wilson has been wonderful and replaced each one trying to get to the problem - we've replaced the Yagi 1900Ghz antenna, the 20' low-loss cable, the 12v AC adapter, and after 18 hours of wonderful booster service the amp gets hot and dies. WHAT can it be? This configuration worked flawlessly for 11 months and then died and SOMETHING is killing it every time. Right now, I have a friend's older model 802201 connected (same gen as the one I had for 11 months) and it works great but I won't leave it plugged in long for fear of frying it. Wilson doesn't know what's causing it but doesn't think anything on the inside could be causing it. On the inside I run a cable to my AT&T USBConnect Mercury modem that is plugged into a $250 Cradepoint N router that then delivers wirless internet to my house. I don't even have cell phone signal inside my house without it - let alone data connect. I'm going crazy!! Again Wilson has been wonderful! I dread calling them tomorrow morning to tell them I have had a 4th amp fail. It seems to point to my CradlePoint router - is that possible??? Is there any type of program to monitor the amplifier and see what's going on? Something is overdriving it using it to burn up it's power supply. The amp will be working just fine, it normally runs pretty hot - that's normal - and then suddenly it just dies - stops producing signal but gets even hotter and just continues to be HOT until I unplug it. After cooling down and then plugging it back in the dead amp's power light will blink green for a few minutes then either go out or glow faintly while getting hot again and providing no signal. I can't go back to NO Interent at home - not to mention I pay $60 a month for this 5GB datacard connection. I can't find ANYTHING on the Internet. I'm a very technical person but this is way outta my KB.