Okay, so I am going about this all backwards (from a "community" standpoint). I got tired of looking an the hodge-podge, single long page of the Tomato documentation at http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Tomato_Firmware. So, I've unilaterally started reorganizing it. No one's objected, so far, but I should have posted here, first, to see what the consensus is. I've made some comments in the "Discussion" tab of the main page. Let me know, there or here, whether I am headed in the right direction. And, of course, I'd be happy for anyone else to jump in and help. Here is a rough summary of what I am trying to achieve: Easier readability through Better organization Better presentation (look) Consistency of formatting through-out Add more prose, where helpfulâ€”especially to a broad spectrum of potential users. Update content with (at least 1.25 Tomato) More easily maintainable book structure, that would allow other contributors a framework to modify and augment this content. Migrate to wikibook-compliant layout and features (as I learn them). Make the book more "book-like". Include more info on Tomato variations, configuration tips and recipes. Move content from Wikipedia on this topic with references, to encourage people to update this book rather than Wikipedia.