I'm looking for a new router to replace my deceased Linksys WRT54G v2. It was a truly wonderful piece of equipment for the price, running rock-solid for 8 years despite all sorts of careless tinkering on my part, until recently my retard of a stepmother decided, in a fit of stupid, to literally smash it to bits with a pickaxe. I grieved for a while, but I figured, the outdated technologies are bottlenecking my rates anyway, so it's time to move on to newer ones. Requirements: - wireless N or AC - GigabitEthernet - Tomato firmware support (esp. for QoS, VPN client/server, VLANs) Misc. preferences: - Broadcom chipset - USB port - durable and reliable like my WRT54G was I've had my eyes on the Netgear R6300, but I've seen reports of it being unsupported by third-party firmware due to its 5 Ghz frequency band. Is this correct?