I am Tomato's biggest fan. It has pleased me well over the years. I regret to say that I think it is time to retire it. Even when overclocked 125%, load averages are well over +1.0 under low to moderate use with 10 nodes behind it, and it's about to get worse because my ISP just announced a 101MBit plan next month (yes, 101MBit) which I fully intend on using. The trusty little box will not get retired, it will just be moved to another network. But I will need to replace it with another linux based low power, low heat solution with all of the Tomato features. So what do you go when you have outgrown Tomato? An eBay'd Cisco device would be overkill. Maybe an old ITX based box running pfSense or similar? I sure could use the SNMP and full BIND server.