With world ipv6 launch, now there are more serious reasons to switch to kernel 2.6. I have no anxiety of surfing ipv6 only sites but I think that is important that our IPSs listen interest and feedback on ipv6 as soon as possible. As far as I know: - ipv6 is properly enabled only on K26 tomato builds; - Toastman and Teaman continuously support MIPSR1 routers with K24 builds; - Toastman K26 builds exist but are slightly outdated. I can't say anything for Victek or Shibby (with the latter being too polish for my tastes). Consider I have a good-old WRT54Gv2 and an Asus WL500GP v2 (the latter quite recent) and that ipv6 support is not perfect yet (with some bugs discovered recently) I'd like to ask to devs if there's still hope to see more updated K26 firmwares for MIPSR1 routers or I should consider them End-of-life for proper ipv6 support. Thanks!