I already have an Asus RT-N66U which acts as gateway and access point. Problem with that is it's located in the corner of our apartment where the cable drop is so signal in my room (opposite corner) is relatively weak. I'm planning on disabling wireless on it and just adding another access point in a more centralized location. My primary requirement for a router purchase is Tomato support and at the time I bought my router, Tomato hasn't been ported for the AC66U yet so the N66U won by default. Now the choice isn't quite as obvious. From what I can tell, hardware-wise the two are fairly identical except for 802.11ac and 128MB flash on the AC66U. I don't think I'll need 128MB flash (unless Tomato suddenly gets bloated or something). 802.11ac support is nice and I'll probably be able to benefit from that when I buy a new tablet but it's not what I'd consider necessary. Question is which runs more stable with Tomato? I'd rather go for the more stable device than the one with all the bells and whistles. I can always get an AC access point later when I actually have AC devices. If they're equally stable right now, I'd get the AC66U. Thanks!