So I took the plunge and installed tomato on my E2000 last night and love it. My stock fw wouldn't show connected devices unless they had requested an IP from the DHCP, and what it did show was very limited. I have a TEW-640MB wireless bridge in my entertainment center with a two computers and two game consoles hooked to it, with static IP's set on them. Now what Tomato shows me is every device connected to the bridge has the MAC address of the bridge itself, which means I can't set DHCP reservation for those IP's - not really a problem, I just set my static IP's in the .2 to .199 range and then use .200 and up for the DHCP, but I'd like to be able to set reservation so that I can name the devices on my list. Is it normal for a wireless bridge not to report to the router the MAC addresses of connected devices? The next strange issue is that the first port on the bridge (one of the computers) shows up on Tomato as being on eth1 (like all my wireless devices) and all the others after it get put on br0, and all the computers wired directly to the router also end up on br0, and the internet connection is on vlan2. The web interface for the bridge has an IP at .100 that I have no problem accessing but it doesn't even show up on my devices list. Any ideas why the interfaces seem to be all over the place?