I took few wireless tests between Toastman's and Shibby's latest RT-N66U builds. Build used: Shibby: tomato-K26USB-1.28.RT-N5x-MIPSR2-105-AIO-64K Toastman: tomato-K26USB-NVRAM64K-1.28.0501.2MIPSR2Toastman-RT-N-Ext Some info about the devices: - Both have Broadcom Wireless Driver 126.96.36.199 - The router is 90 cm (3 feet) high from the ground. - The laptop is a Lenovo ThinkPad T510 with Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300 AGN (drivers 188.8.131.52) wireless card. - The laptop is 11.3 meters (37 feet) from the router with a 30 cm (1 foot) "American wall" in the middle. - The software used is LAN Speed Test 3.4 http://www.totusoft.com/lanspeed.html - Country and Transmit Power are for both builds Singapore and 0, both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz. - Microwave off. - Air conditioning off. - Baby monitor off. - 5GHz / WPA2 Perasnal / AES - 2.4GHz / WPA2 Personal / AES Results (Packet Size / Packets / Average Write Speed (Mbps) / Average Read Speed (Mbps)): 5GHz Shibby 1.000.000 / 10 / 54.33 / 119.70 Toastman 1.000.000 / 100 / 86.75 / 119.29 Shibby 10.000.000 / 10 / 66.31 / 108.96 Toastman 10.000.000 / 10 / 70.63 / 109.06 Shibby no data Toastman 100.000.000 / 2 / 63.83 / 99.36 2.4GHz Shibby 1.000.000 / 100 / 40.01 / 43.58 Toastman 1.000.000 / 100 / 33.13 / 42.36 Shibby 10.000.000 / 10 / 33.12 / 44.03 Toastman 10.000.000 / 10 / 22.20 / 41.09 Shibby 100.000.000 / 1 / 32.67 / 43.06 Toastman no data Apologize some test have different settings (10 vs 100 the first one and two of them have no data at all) but I don't think it changes much how many packets you send between 10 and 100. Shibby is CLEARLY faster in sending the data in 2.4GHz and I have no idea why, the drivers are the same, I didn't double check the advanced wireless settings other than country and transmit power. Toastman is CLEARLY faster in sending data in 5GHz. I have a Boxee Box let's say 6 meters (20 feet) away and it has a 150 N 2.4GHz wireless card only. The more I get from a firmware/router, the more I like since I stream HD videos. I didn't have any problem with Toastman or Shibby but I always test.