Hey everyone, I've seriously mucked up my wireless settings and I'm trying to go back to stock. My 5GHz #2 network doesn't work at all, my 5GHz #1 network is slow, and my 2.4GHz network is unusable. I messed with too many country / channel # / channel width / and broadcast amplitude settingsand now I'm stuck with bad wifi so I'd like to start over. The problem is I can't find the Asus firmware restoration utility. It's not available to download under any OS listing that I can see on the Asus support page for the router. Additionally, I found this very helpful article which says to use a 'stripped' stock Asus firmware file and flash that directly inside of Tomato but a google search for 'ac3200 stripped firmware' doesn't seem to produce any significant results. So here are my questions: Is it safe to just flash the latest AC3200 firmware file directly from Asus in the Tomato update page even though it probably contains firmware + bootloader image combined? Can someone upload the Asus Firmware Restoration Utility for the AC3200 that I can use to put flash the latest stock firmware while it's in recovery mode? Or can someone direct me to a download link for a stripped firmware file for the AC3200 that I can flash directly in Tomato? Thanks!