I just upgraded to Tomato. Its great. I read through what seems like a million QOS threads, but have a question on why the setup I think would be efficient isnt really mentioned too much. Basically, my usage includes VOIP, Torrents, and Web Browsing for the most part. Most agree that Prioritize Acks should be unchecked with Torrents, and I set my inbound and outbound limits to 90% of actual. My question has to do mainly with classifications, however. I set the default class to LOWEST then on the Classifications page I set the following in this order: VOIP Mac Address: Highest DNS 0-2kb: Highest Port 80 and 443 0-512kb: High Port 80 and 443 512kb+: Low DNS 2k+: Lowest Now, shouldnt this more efficiently classify torrents and ANY other data not specified as LOWEST? I would think that if you need more priority for somthing, then you should add it to the list, but alot of threads have people specifying bulk traffic, bittorrent, etc. (Basically every situation for lowest priority data). I would think that the LESS rules that are added, the more efficient the process would be. Any feedback on this? Or am I thinking this all wrong? Also, I realize that QOS settings are very specific to an individual setup, but my setup (VOIP, torrents, and browsing) seems to be very common. Thanks for any input.