1. I have read too much about the Tx and Rx power settings. I did not have any idea what they were when I started reading. Now I don't know what to do with them... can you shed some light, please ? 2. The router will be used in my home to cover a 2200 square foot home and my two-car-length driveway. I want my connection to be invisible to everyone else if that is possible. I only want my laptop and my music server, the awesome Slim Devices Squeezebox (http://www.slimdevices.com/pi_squeezebox.html) to connect to it (and even see my connection). How do I go about setting the router up that way? 3. I have read that Tomato might be a little more comfortable of a GUI than dd-wrt, but that dd-wrt might have more geeky options. Is tomato going to cover me, do you think ? or should I opt for dd-wrt ? 4. I have read a few dd-wrt users say that they lost throughput speed when switching to Tomato and that they got it back when switching back to dd-wrt. Fanboyism ? I even read one exactly opposite account. More fanboyism ? or is there truth to these claims for technical reasons? *** Here is the "network" information for my Squeezebox, if any of it helps answer my question: "Network Wireless Interface True 802.11g wireless networking Bridging capability allows Ethernet devices to connect to the network through Squeezebox Wireless Throughput up to 54Mbps, high speed PCI interface to radio module Dual antennas for improved range and throughput Supports all 802.11b and 802.11g access points Internal antennas: planar inverted-F antenna Automatically detects available networks for quick setup Supports both WPA Personal, WPA2-AES and 64/128-bit WEP encryption Ethernet Interface True 100Mbps throughput Shielded CAT5 RJ-45 connector Connects to any 100Mbps or 10Mbps network Auto-detects full duplex and half duplex modes Automatic receive polarity correction Maximum cable length: 100 meters (328 feet)"