First of all, I'd like to say that Tomato is amazing. I tried DD-WRT and Thibor in a few days, looking for the best QoS that would work, and Tomato is incomparable. I just launch all those evil bittorrent programs with unlimited speeds, but my games and browsing don't slow down at all :biggrin: Something I couldn't achieve with other firmware. Plus, I imagined all those fancy bandwidth graphs would need a lot of CPU, but Tomato uses even less CPU than other firmware Could you take a look at my QoS settings and tell me if you see any bigger faults with them (other than that I only unchecked Prioritize ACK and gave class A more max bandwidth): Basically, what I want to do is prioritize my traffic over my neighbor's (since I pay for the internet), but of course I want his connection to still be usable. I'm not sure if I needed to prioritize my WWW over his (perhaps prioritizing bigger bandwidth eaters is enough). He frequently uses Skype so I entered that priority as well. Actually, do I need to specify some "protocol" for Skype, since now it's on "any protocol"? Also I'm not sure if CSS (counter strike) is alright with Highest priority or I should make it High (since it could interfere with DNS? whatever it does). Maybe I should move that rule from #1 to just before Bulk Traffic rules so the router doesn't need to check it each time? Thank you for reading through my newbie questions, now how about a more interesting one? I'd like to limit incoming traffic for downloads/p2p, but I'm unable to since my ISP gives me 1 mbps download during day and 2 mbps 00:00 to 08:00, perhaps there is a way to write a script that would automatically change my download speed setting in QoS at those times?