NVRAM erase full after installing Tomato 1.25 over the stock firmware? The reason I ask is, I installed the official Tomato 1.25 over stock firmware, and forgot to immediately do the nvram erase full, I then entered all my config settings for my router. after realizing I forgot to erase, I decided to backup my config, then did a nvram erase full, then restored my backed-up config. Would it have been better to erase, then manually install my settings, or is it just the same to erase, then restore my config after a nvram erase? I just want to make sure i get the cleanest/smoothest working firmware possible. What say ye, the Tomato gurus?