It's amazing that only a short while ago the WRT world for alternative firmware was starting. At that time, I had a Netgear and didn't have the need to switch. I have found myself wanting some of the enhanced features that alternative firmware can give me, but with the wealth of information I have found here it is hard to find some "simple" answers. I am hoping someone can provide some information (direct links to other sites or particular postings here) that can provide the differences/benefits/drawbacks of the different firmware options. So far I have gathered that BatBox is just for play, as it is non-resident. I have actually installed HyperWRT and it seems easy to use, but not as fully featured as some of the others (it seems). I am looking mainly for the differences in the Sveasoft Alchemy vs. Satori. Why are there 2 from the same vendor? It also looks like the Alchemy is not a free distribution, is this correct? Also how does OpenWRT fit in with all these? and are there other contenders? I have spent a couple hours on this site and it has helped me with some of my HyperWRT setup, but I can't find any straightforward articles discussing the differences/benefits/drawbacks of the different firmware options. I'm sure it must be out there somewhere, so I would appreciate some information or direct links to what I need. Thanks all!