Well sorry to post this topic again but is anyone actually getting good wireless results with Tomato and this router? I am far from impressed with the wireless results I am seeing. I have tried everything. I even added external antennas which haven't made any noticable improvment. Yes the antennas I am using are most definatly real. I have three different sets and only one set is suspect. Which is a set of 7dBi's I bout off a US seller which are dual band capable. The other two sets I have are a 3dBi from TPLink off a WR1043ND which I got from Samknows that I can't figure out how to removed the Samknows software from so its just sitting here, and the other is the newest set that I bought off of Newegg.com which are a set of 8dBi's also from TPLink. The newest set are 2.4Ghz. I thought maybe the dual band ones from Newegg could of been a problem since they were dual band and maybe not tuned properly or fake. I am using Shibby's latest build for the WNR3500Lv2 which is version 093. I have tried using USA and Singapore, and I have also expierimented with increasing the power. I have also went through and changed all the settings that I seen recommended by Toastman in a previous post. I think I have everything setup correctly. All power saving features are disabled on the router and the wireless devices as well. Could someone who is getting good resutls with this router please share their settings, or have a look at mine and tell me what I can do to get a better signal? I am getting very poor results to all my devices regardless of distance. Therefore, adding a wireless access point would probably fix the problem, but only due to the fact that it would correct the issues with this router. I should not have to go down that route as the router should provide a solid wireless signal.