Hello All, just a very generic question reerformance with Tomato on Cisco e4200 I have a Cisco 4200 V1 running 1.28.501 from Toastman and I am very content with all the extra functionality offered by the third party firmware. I am not looking for more functionality, I am wondering which firmware would be the fastest in terms of switching performance. The other day I was streaming 1080p video to multiple endpoints where each endpoint was plugged into the 1Gb LAN ports of my router. The content source (NAS drive) was also using one of the 1Gb LAN ports of the router. Long story short, I had performance issues where the video was stuttering and buffering when I had 2+ concurrent sessions running (only with full 1080 format). To overcome the issue I simply moved the endpoints onto a 5 port 1Gb switch(D-link) , including the NAS drive. The uplink from the switch goes into the router (the router is simply the DHCP server) and everything is dandy now !! No performance issues at all. This leads me to believe that my e4200 has 'sluggish' switching performance on its LAN ports. Back to me questions: Is this a know issue ? Is there a difference between the many versions of Tomato/Shibby/etc and if yes, is there a version that's more optimized towards what I am trying to do? Thank you in advance for any help/suggestion you may be able to offer.