I have a Motorola WR850G v2 wireless router. Does Tomato 1.06 work on it? If so, do I use code.trx? Are there limitations? Thanks. UPDATE: Thanks to Jon, the author of Tomoato, I was able to get my WR850G v2 up and running with Tomato 1.06. It's only slightly more complicated to do than the standard Linksys routers. If anybody wants to try it at their own risk on their WR850G v2 router, here's a how to: I cannot confirm if this will work on other versions of the router. 1. Load the latest official Motorola firmware (v6.14) 2. After loading the firmware, reset the config in the GUI 3. Load a DD-WRT firmware (I used dd-wrt.v23_mini_moto.bin) onto the router according to these instructions: http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php?title=Flash_Your_Motorola_WR850G 4. After installing DD-WRT, do NOT reset the config. I had a problem with this step where I could no longer access the GUI after flashing DD-WRT. I just unplugged, hold down the reset button, plugged back in, and after 10 seconds released reset button to get back into the GUI. 5. Make sure you're aware of the DD-WRT-to-Tomato password problem (http://www.polarcloud.com/tomatofaq/#why_doesnt_my_password_work). 6. Load any of the Tomato files using DD-WRT. (I used code.bin from the WRT54G folder). Again, I had a problem accessing the GUI after flashing Tomato, but resolved it by doing the unplug/reset/plug/release trick. This is a note from Jon explaining the reason for these steps: This is a long route since a few of these routers do not setup some critical nvram settings by themselves (loading the Motorola firmware does that), and Tomato does not have a Motorola header (DD-WRT does and can be used to load other firmwares).