Hello; I'm using Shibby builds for more than one year, and kept updating my router each new version came up. For my needs it has been pretty satisfying (I needed the QOS, USB, BT and VPN features mostly). Despite the usual best practice/advice on all forums, to clear nvram after installing each new version, I have not done that ever, and each new version picked up the settings and kept running. In my home network setup I have a couple of VoIP ATAs, which replaced completely my POTS line. I used Tomato to make sure the voice traffic is properly prioritized and I have good and reliable phone service for the house. And so it it is. No complains from anyone, and I use my voip setup for extensive work related audio conferences - on a daily basis. So .. kudos to Tomato developers for a great QOS implementation. The strange thing happening for some time and never caught the culprit... My wife who also works from home started complaining lately very often of losing the internet connection. We both use the internet for VPN into our work, and unlike her, my experience has been always good - with very few exceptions, clearly provider related. But unlike her, I always use my computer wired to the network, and she is always using the WIFI, on a RT-N16, loaded with Shibby's AIO software. So it was only by chance that a couple of days ago I was using my computer in the kitchen, on WIFI this time, and got a couple of phone calls. Each time after I finished the conversation I noticed that my notebook completely lost the wireless connection. I noticed the correlation first, but wasn't sure if that was the cause, and tested this again, and indeed that was the case. So my question to the experts is, obviously, what prompts this behaviour, and how to prevent it? Thanks very much for your consideration... and sorry for the long posting!