Just wondering something about order of rules. I get that with strict ordering, the rules are evaluated in a waterfall manner. I'm wondering if there's a benefit to (whenever possible) stacking the L7 filters to the end of the list. Since the bulk of my traffic falls under the first few rules (by MAC address) I'm not sure if the qos engine just stops evaluating when it finds a match. If so, I'd imagine that it's more performant with many L7 rules to put them at the end unless it is unavoidable. Has anyone actually tested this?