I am hoping you guys can help me out. I purchased an ASUS RT-N66U about 30 days ago. I have been running Victek's version of tomato for years on WRT54G,WL-520GU, WNR3500LV1. I tried Merlin's firmware on the N66U and it just wasn't tomato, so I decided to upgrade. I loaded Shibbys 112: tomato-K26USB-1.28.RT-N5x-MIPSR2-112-AIO-64K.trx Wireless: 2.4GHz and 5GHz separate SSIDs, WPA2 + AES I did an NVRAM reset from the GUI after. Then loaded all my settings. We had a baby monitor on the 2.4GHz band so I was using 5GHz (no problems) almost exclusively and I have a 2nd access point for 802.11g (WL-520GU). I check the SSIDs and channels in range, and decided after using inSSIDer that channel 6 should be fine. Realizing after reading numerous posts that channel 1,6,11 are the only real channels. Well I got rid of the baby monitor and installed an IP camera, and things got weird, I noticed the camera was running like crap when connected to the 2.4GHz N network. As I connected more devices, I noticed, all of them start off ok, then fall back to about 6 Mbps on the devices screen when connected to 2.4GHz, 5GHz no issues. I tried everything. I monkeyed with every setting. I changed to WPA1, I turned off encryption, I set it to N only. I read every article that I could find, nada. Only 1 person described a similar issue and he went to Merlin or Stock to resolve the issue. My thought is the wireless blob driver is to blame. My question, have you heard of anything like this? What about Shibby's new driver firmware? 64k vs 32k? My plan is to try the new driver firmware, nvram reset, if that doesn't work, 32k firmware. If that doesn't work, Merlin, then Stock. If none of those work, send it back and wait for an AC router to go on sale at newegg. Thoughts?