OK, so I have been using Tomato firmware on my WRT45GL router for about a year. It has worked out really well and I definitely prefer it over the default firmware. But in the whole time that I have been using it, I haven't really looked into using any the advanced features it offers until recently. I've set up a share folder on my computer that I have been saving my bandwidth logs to using CIFS for a little over 3 three months and I'm happy with that. A couple of days a go, I saw a custom theme here that I think is excellent and I started using it by following the instructions in the first post of that thread. Using CIFS is fine until you reboot the router and it goes back to the original theme. I wanted to find out how to apply the theme in a more permanent way, so later in that thread, I saw something about using JFFS2. I understand basically what it is, but I am unsure how exactly I would go about using it. So could someone give me step-by-step newbie instructions on how to apply the above theme to Tomato using JFFS2 that will survive through reboots?