Is there any focus on getting Tomato working on present-day gigE Linksys routers? I'm specifically referring to the WRT320N, WRT610N, and WRT310N. These are, to my knowledge, the only routers which provide 1000mbit (gigE) wired connectivity. Myself and numerous (numerous means 7 people, not including myself) peers + co-workers all have interest in the above. Most of us own WRT54GLs while I own a couple WRT54GLs and use a WRTSL54GS as my primary router. Things to note: 1) First and foremost -- I'm aware Tomato is an open-source project. I'm incredibly familiar with open-source projects (and maintain some of my own) plus contribute my time/knowledge to the FreeBSD Project. So please don't take my below comments to mean "I expect", "I demand", or "you owe me". 2) None of us have any interest in DD-WRT, especially myself (I'm familiar with the internals; what an absolute pile of junk, code-wise; you never realise just how much of a pile it is until you actually look at, debug, or trace through the spaghetti code), and a few of my peers are also wary of it given its recent security-related issues. 3) My peers have great interest in 802.11n capability for wireless (primarily dual-band), while I tend to stick to 802.11g or 802.11b. None of us have any interest in 802.11a. Before recommending hardware, please keep reading. 4) All of us basically require gigE; I solved the dilemma by hooking all my PCs up to a HP ProCurve gigE switch whose uplink goes to my WRTSL54GS -- but my wiring closet is quite small and I'd love to free up some shelf space + save power + remove a wall wart. 5) None of are interested in the Asus RT-N16 router, and the Netgear WNR3500L isn't an option either. We all want to stick with Linksys hardware. This isn't up for discussion, sorry. I see there are also a number of forum users who are looking for present-day Linksys router support as well. Most of these folks go unheard it seems, and I'll even go so far to point out this thread where the opinion of the end-user is the same as mine -- there are too many "random" builds of Tomato floating around, only supported by random dudes on a forum (no offence intended), with absolutely no documentation of who's responsible for what or what all the modifications include. As someone said in that thread: no offence intended towards Teddy Bear, but all of these things need to be worked on and backported into the official Tomato firmware or a web site needs to be built for a specific forks of Tomato (and not named "Tomato ND USB SynergySnake BobbyPin Release" or something equally as confusing/vague). That said -- I'd work on accomplishing this myself except I'm not familiar with the Linux kernel base any longer (last time I partook in Linux was during the 1.3.x days and older (0.99pl45!)) and do not use Linux. You can't build these firmwares on FreeBSD systems either for a few hundred reasons which I'd rather not list. Another reason is that, AFAIK, none of the above Linksys routers offer solder points for serial ports, and nobody TMK has written a decent JTAG howto (again, for those router models!) for those of us not familiar with JTAG. I wrote this quite some time ago, and am quite familiar with serial consoles in general. I've sent mail to the Tomato author a couple times about this, as well as other issues, and have yet to receive a response (in fact, to date the only response I've gotten to anything was a thank you for a US$50 PayPal donation back in March 2008). I've gone so far to offer donations of hardware (specifically offering purchase of all above Linksys models, and multiples if need be) as well as monetary compensation (either hourly or in total of multiple hundreds of US$) but haven't heard a word. I'm under the impression the official Tomato project has no interest in adding said support, instead focusing on older (to-be-deprecated-any-day-now) routers. So how do I help make the above happen? As stated, I'd be more than happy to purchase whatever hardware is necessary -- including multiples -- for whoever wants to take this on, and/or pay for time. I would be more than happy to provide web space as well if need be (hosting is something I do professionally). Someone just needs to step up to the plate... Let me know, either publicly or in private, or drop me an Email; should be available in some of the above links.