First and foremost, before responding: I'm talking about the Netgear WNR3500Lv2. Please note the "L" and the "v2" designators. I am not talking about the WNR3500v2. Herein I will refer to the WNR3500Lv1 as "v1" and the WNR3500Lv2 as "v2". Secondly: if you're trying to determine what model of unit you have, the v2 units have printed on their box that the router has 128MBytes of RAM + 128MBytes of NAND flash, and have "WNR3500L v2" printed on the back of the unit under the yellow WAN port. Here's a photo of the two versions (v2 on the top, v1 on the bottom). It's that simple. Anyway... So far, the only Tomato or TomatoUSB-based firmware that appears to work on this revision router are Shibby's builds. I've not been able to confirm that the Toastman builds have support for v2 units (keep reading). Here are some reference posts confirming that end-users are having difficulty figuring out what's supported and what isn't when it comes to TomatoUSB (including some folks bricking their router because some of the firmwares claim "WNR3500L support" yet that claim is too vague given that there are two completely different versions (v1 and v2)): http://www.myopenrouter.com/forum/thread/36815/Tomato-version/ http://www.myopenrouter.com/forum/thread/36622/Availability-of-WNR3500Lv2/ http://www.myopenrouter.com/forum/thread/34999/Do-I-have-a-V1-or-a-V2-of-WNR3500L/ My concern lies with the fact that most vendors are no longer selling the v1; they are only selling the v2, since they sell the product as "WNR3500L" (no version specified). As such, v2 support is quite important! I don't know what changes Shibby made to his builds to get support for the v2 working, but I would like to request that those changes be backported or merged into other versions (such as Toastman's and Teaman's). Until that can be accomplished, I'd also like to request that Toastman rename his 4shared site directory titled RT (MIPSR2 - newer routers like RT-N16, E3000,3500L etc) - NORMAL BRANCH to instead say "3500Lv1" (note the v1). As it stands right now simply stating "3500L" implies both versions are supported, which does not appear to be the case. I don't know if/when this can be done since 4shared has been sucking goats lately (see page 3). Finally: if folks need to use me as a guinea pig for testing builds on a v2, let me know in this thread or privately, as I regretfully have one which can be used as a test unit for the time being. I have no interest in using the stock firmware on it, so as long as I can get boot_wait enabled bare minimum I have no problem testing things.