The Asus RT-N10P arrived at the office like 30 minutes before I had to leave. Fortunately, that was enough time to install Tomato. First I installed tomato-K26-1.28.RT-N5x-MIPSR2-112-Mini via Asus Firmware Restore. That worked and after clearing nvram and confirming flash is 8MB, I installed tomato-K26-1.28.RT-N5x-MIPSR2-112-Max via webgui. The ports (including WAN) were inverted but otherwise, the device appears to be working pretty well. I haven't tried connecting it to the internet yet but I do plan to do a quick check. I'll post cpuinfo and attach the nvram dump tomorrow. Are there other information and tests required to add this router to the official supported list? At $25-30, this is likely one of the cheapest routers that supports Tomato. The RT-N12 N300 router is probably worth the extra $10-15 (and if that had been in stock at Amazon, that's what I would have gotten). However, I reckon the RT-N10P will likely be good enough for folks who only have a few low load clients in a small area.