I recently got an RV042 v.3 as a gateway to load-balance 2 DSL lines. It is working well and is stable after configuration. I am not satisfied with the GUI on the RV when assigning static client DHCP's, traffic monitoring and QoS as compared to Tomato routers. If I want to add a Linksys E3000 Tomato router downstream from the RV, with the intention of letting it handle DHCP, QoS and traffic monitoring is that feasible? If I disable gateway mode on the RV and use the Tomato as a gateway will that disable the load-balancing function? Or is it better to leave the RV in gateway mode but disable DHCP and let the tomato assign dhcp's? In that case should the tomato router be in gateway or router mode? Thanks for any feedback.