Hey there I'm torrenting a bunch of stuff which may but does not actually saturate the connection. I've got 5000/800 and it is using 3000 down (or even 100 down) but only maybe 500 up. 4000 connections. None of these numbers are overloading Tomato or my v3 because I can open 10 rich web pages at once and firefox lags to render them before there are any noticeable slowdowns in getting all the data. Still, a single 600k MMC stream in VLC lags. I have set the buffer to 15 seconds and it will play for half an hour, but once I open a single large web page it will have to stop for 5-20 seconds to buffer before resuming. I have posted on VLC forums that their player is not doing all it can to push harder to maintain a large buffer, but realize perhaps this issue is out of their league or a problem with MMS. However, WMP is handling the issue a bit better, but there is no problem when there are no torrents running. I have tried enabling QoS but it doesn't seem to prioritize it and seems to cause more slowdown. Tell me if this is correct: All defaults (including default class: low) except: down: 4500 up: 730 Classification entry: TCP/UDP destination port 1755, no size entered. Highest priority. I checked that there is in fact a connection dest 1755 from the IP serving the video while it is playing, in the View Details page. All the rest of the default examples remain on, and I've tried them all disabled. Assuming they're disabled, everything takes Low priority except for the MMS at highest right? Why doesn't this help? Load is .4 tops when this is running so it doesn't seem to be a cpu issue with a huge number of connections. Does the router need to be reset or something else done when this is set? What do I do to absolutely prioritize MMS port 1755, and leave all other traffic neutral but below this single exemption?