Someone correct me if this is possible, but I havent been able to figure it out. I do a lot of Logmein sessions and Gmail video chats with my parents, and the same with my Wife and her parents. With both of these services, it seems to connect directly to the remote ip address on random ports. For my Tomato setup, the default classification is Lowest. Since the ports are random and both IPs are dynamic, there is no easy way that I know of to set QOS rules. What I would like to be able to do is to add a hostname in the QOS rules so that I could theoretically put in a dyndns address in and assign a higher priority. Even wildcards would be good too since the hostnames are always the same with the exception of the first few characters. Is this possible? If not, maybe something to look into sometime for a future build. Thanks for all the great work so far!