Hi, guys! I've been into routers and Tomato for about 5 month, so my knowledge is still pretty limited, thus I have some questions. I've noticed that a lot of people are asking "should I do NVRAM erase for this relese?" etc. every time. Why are people so vague to do NVRAM erase? How many times can it be done? I know that for standard flash memory it's approximately 80,000 times write/erase operations for each cell before it fails. Is it the same for NVRAM? 80 000 seems a lot to me if this is the case. If it's 80000 then router will last at least 10 years or so before it will fail. I have WRT54GL v1.1, so how many times approximately can I do "throughout NVRAM erase" before it fails? Also, what about "non-throughout" erase, is it also as bad as "throughout"? Thank you!