Hi, I have changed from DD-WRT to Tofu. I used DD-WRT because I needed the ability to dial another machine into my LAN over the Internet. Since dd-wrt contains a PPTP-server, setting this up was really easy. However, DD-WRT sucks when it comes to p2p-filesharing, and since it accepts TCP/IP-connections relatively slow, surfing the web while there was other traffic on the router was a fairly unpleasant surprise. Even the standard tricks for connection limit, time-out etc. were no solution. The router would constantly work with a load of apps. 0,5-0,7, sometimes even close to or higher than 1. With Tofu, the load is usually below 0,1. Since I succeeded in enabling OpenVPN over two NAT-routers, the need for the PPTP-server is gone, and I could convert to hyperwrt/tofu12. Since DNS and overall connection speed is much faster, surfing the web is a much more pleasant experience with Tofu12. Emule and Azureus can both run a whole day on my machine without any problems, and other net-applications work just fine, even without any kind of trafficshaping by QOS. Thank You for this great firmware. Until I installed Tofu, I was in serious doubt whether graduating from a Netgear WGR-614v4 to the Linksys was worth the money and the effort, but my internetexperience has definitely improved with the Tofu-equipped Linksys Regards, D.