I need a good travel router which will run Tomato. Preferably with 8MB of flash. I need to be able to run OpenVPN Versions of Tomato (Toastman's, probably) on a router I can put in my pocket. I want to use this when I travel to establish a secure connection to my home network. and basically tunnel all traffic through my home connection. This is mostly for overseas travel. It doesn't have to be the most powerful thing out there since the connection is going to be slow. Overall, I'm looking for a physically small solution. (by whole solution, I mean the router, the power brick, and the antenna.) I have this setup on an old Buffalo WRT-G54S, and it works very well, but I'd like "N" for some of the protocol benefits of "N"... Of course, I don't need "N" on this router for bandwidth. Also, something a little smaller would be good. Any thoughts? - Mike P.S. The OpenVPN implementation works flawlessly. Just connect the router to the hotel's Wired connection.. Connect with any laptop/phone, get past the hotel's sign-in page, and within 30 seconds the tunnel is established and all traffic is going through it. If there's no sign-in page, just plug it in, and 60-90 seconds later, the tunnel is established automatically.