I was seeing instablity on 2.4GHz. wireless last night on my laptop after having v122 up a couple of days, going between 3 and 4 bars (out of 5), the connection speed going down to 7Mbps, up to 144Mbps, kind of randomly moving around. Never seen that before...I should mention that my Asus USB-AC56 wireless network adapter is only about 3 feet away from the router, so it always gets a strong signal. I figured that I'd reboot the router and see if that would stabilize the 2.4GHz. wireless. Big mistake, I couldn't get the ping time stabilized again. Since it was late at night and the rest of my family needs their internet early in the morning, I went back to Netgear firmware, which is where I am now. And 2.4GHz. wireless is perfectly stable again. Don't know what happened there, but I rebooted a bunch of times, and tried the "draining the power" thing mentioned over in the other thread, and the ping times to the router from a wired computer never did stabilize. I'll probably try it all again, and see what happens, but this ping thing is really an issue for me. I see that it isn't for others, they're lucky *smile* (or have the right router). Sounds like the Asus routers may not see this problem, don't know if the above postings are anecdotal or indicative *smile*. I certainly hope that this gets fixed, I really love using tomato firmware, much better than stock firmware. Update: Back on v122, I'll see how it goes. As long as I don't have to reboot, things will likely be fine.