Hello, Running 2 N66U's, both with the 104 build of Shibby's Tomato USB. I have one N66U upstairs (Router 1) connected behind the 2Wire RG (in the 2Wire's DMZ mode) and for all intents and purposes it is my router supplying internet wirelessly and wired. The other N66U is downstairs (router 2) suppling both wired and wireless connectivity there. Router 2 is connected to Router 1 via a Cat 6 - from the WAN port of Router 2 to a LAN port on Router 1. Inside the GUI of router 2 I have WAN disabled and bridged to BR0, DHCP disabled and the router is set to "Router" mode with a local LAN IP specified. The only issue or oddity that I see is that under Advanced -> Miscellaneous -> WAN Port Speed doesn't have a 1000 selection. There is an "auto" selection but given that 1000 isn't in the list it makes me wonder if it can't sense or support that speed. The N66U has both gigabit LAN and WAN ports - is there some limitation in TomatoUSB? The default ASUS firmware supports WAN gigabit and in my application it's needed so that the downstairs wired LAN traffic travels the same speed on it's wired connections to all the gigabit devices upstairs. Thanks!