Hello, I just switched from DDWRT v23 SP2 due to strange issues after a year of working great to Tomato v1.23. Everything on the Tomato works, and finally (and unlike DDWRT) the QoS seems to actually work. However, I am not getting the results I want. Just enabling QoS results in my bandwidth getting cut in half based on the results I entered for max and min DSL settings. Example: I did a test download of a DVD from a Newsgroup. Normally when this happens my download speed is maxed out every time. So I will get about 525-560kb sustained. This also holds true for Tomato without the QoS enabled. When I enable the QoS and giving it 30 seconds to enabled, my speeds for that download go to 90kb and then slowly rise to a sustained 120kb. I have not entered any settings into the QoS other than my min/max up and download speeds based on DSL reports. Now, maybe I am getting KBytes mixed up with KBits? When I go to DSL reports my up is 550KB up (After 5 tests with no one grabbing any thing from me, and 5000 KB down. I entered those settings into the Tomato QoS. I also used a Bit Calc and the settings seem correct (I can usually upload to folks at about 70KB to 80KB so 550kbits = 68.75 kbytes) What might I be doing wrong here? Thanks!