hi, first, after many flashes back and forth of my WRT54G V2 i *think* that dd-wrt is the best firmware and might have the highest potential. I tried them all, long time user of hyperwrt, then tofu, then discovered dd-wrt and GOD I AM GUILTY I KNOW yesterday i even got a subscription for T (1.1) which turned out a ONLY bug. Anyway back to dd-wrt now, just got the latest build and like it. Keep up the good work - this firmware kicks a$$ So..now some questions: I am messing around with QoS now for some time and i am kind of confused about the protocols/l7 filters shown in the GUI. I downloaded the dd-wrty source and clearly see in the source the HL2-DM and CS:Source etc. patterns are included - but i can NOT see them in the firmware itself. Are the counterstrike and some other L7 filters identical ? If yes...we need some clarification. Because it is not clean that using the CS l& filter also works for Halflife 2 and CS:S etc... ALSO...i *think* i still have slight problems running bittorrent and my speeds are not that great - i have all P2P/FTP at bulk and DNS/DHCP at premium, games at express. HTTP/HTTPS is at standard/express. I notice i am snappier browsing webpages uploading FTP at my 85% upload speed (comcast 6000/384).....but with the same upload speed in bittorrent it seems i am getting a bit slower. This is weird since with full FTP upload speed (to a close server) i should hog my connection even more than having torrents open for upload - so i dont understand why bittorrent slows me down more than with ftp. I also applied the TCP/Ports tweaks btw. Note: It's weird to see that when i run ABC bittorrent and FlashFXP together , both at full upload speed that BT gets about 95% of the bandwisth and the FTP only a few KB....its weird since i have BOTH protocols (BT and FTP) at bulk - shouldnt they both go 50% and share bandwidth equally ? ANYWAY...i have high hopes and cant wait for the next stable/tested version of dd-wrt ! Edit: Another question...DO I need to limit my d/l speed also for QoS ? If yes..why ? shouldnt u/l limiting be enough ?