I've been very happy with Tomato on my WRT54G router. I changed from a Netgear to the Linksys and it has been great. I used to have to reboot the Netgear every 2 or 3 days. My Linksys had been running for 180 days without any reboot of any kind. However, a few hours ago, all internet connectivity began having some issues. I could not browse to the router's GUI address. I could eventually get to it, and go to several screens, but, again, it became unresponsive. I tried a warm reboot 2x without success, a cold boot without success, and finally I cleared NVRAM and started fresh. Since then, I've had no issues. This leads to my question. Is it good practice to clear NVRAM every once in a while, or was this just a fluke? How much bandwidth history can this router with Tomato store? Might I be getting to the point where this storage is affecting the operation of the router? This morning I decided to pull the trigger and upgrade from 1.22 to 1.25. Don't know if that will make a difference or not. Thanks.