Howdy, guys! I'll try to be short and to the point: 1) Hardware used: WRT54GL v1.1, running Tomato v1.21; 2) QoS enabled, D/L limit 27000 kb/s, U/L limit 19000 kb/s (yes, i know, it's a fast line); 3) QoS used to throttle all ports other than DNS, HTML(S) & SSH to a max. u/l speed of 2850 kb/s; 4) I have two computers using the router, which have been assigned static IP adresses outside the routers's DHCP range; 5) Three of my neighbours piggyback my connection, and have not been assigned static IP adresses. Because my neighbours are heavy p2p users, i used Robson's to limit their maximum available bandwidth by limiting the entire DHCP range (192.168.1.100->192.168.1.130) to 10000 kb/s. I've added the script to the "Firewall" tab in Tomato's Administration -> Scripts section and everything seems to be working OK. Questions: 1) Do Robson's and QoS play nice together, or do they get in each other's way? 2) Robson's should ONLY affect speeds of computers inside the range specified by the user, anything outside that range should work as if there was no Robson's running, right? 3) Considering 2) is true, if both me (uncapped, outside of Robson's range) and one of my neighbours (capped to 10000 kb/s, inside Robson's range) start downloading at the same time, what will the outcome be (considering i have 27000 kb/s of bandwidth available)? Will i get 17000 kb/s and he will get 10000 kb/s, or will i overlap him? Thanks in advance for your answers.