Hi everyone, About seven wireless devices share a fairly terrible Internet connection supplied by the lovely people at Sky. I've loaded tomato v1.28 onto a Linksys WRT54G and we all hang of this wireless network. Three of the devices belong to my family and I wish to do whatever I can to prioritise and enhance their day-to-day web surfing. The other devices belong to lodgers, who repeatedly ignore our requests to stop spending all day downloading giant files and generally clog up the connection. Given this problem, what would be a good suggestion for QOS settings to help try and reduce the impact long and large downloads have on the web surfing speed for my family? I've limited outbound traffic in a fairly default fashion (e.g. web browing is high priority, except when above 512kb uploaded, DNS is Highest, random TCP connections are Lowest, etc.). I've also identified the MAC addresses of the family wireless devices and have assigned them a default class of High for all traffic types. Not sure what, if anything, can be done about inbound traffic. I'm slightly confused by the basic settings for inbound traffic - why are there different classes identified in the inbound section, yet the only classification page deals with outbound traffic? Any help greatly appreciated.