Hey all, Currently running a WRT54G v4, with Tomato Firmware v1.28.7633 .3-Toastman-IPT-ND ND Std. I have noticed recently that response times in benchmarks (Speed/Pingtest) are relatively quick for my connection. On Comcast 16/2, I can get ~24mbps on the tests, though I imagine that's using their 'Speedboost', so is not a reliable way to measure the line speed. But in actual web surfing, especially on media sites (Youtube, Hulu, etc), there is a definite...I wouldn't call it 'lag' per se, but a bit of a pause between hitting Enter (or clicking something) and it actually doing something about it. So, I ask upon the hive, what can I do to speed up my wonderful little home network? Current settings that may be of interest, to get discussion going: Recently upgraded from a Motorola SB5100 (DOCSIS 2.0) to an SB6121 (DOCSIS 3.0) OC'd to 250MHz, 125MHz (as is listed in Advanced/Misc) WAN port speed set at 100Mbps Full Running on Channel 11 Secured with WPA2, and AES encryption, full 63 alphanumeric character key Putting out 70mW transmit power (Thinking of lowering, since we have fewer, and closer connected laptops) WMM disabled Telnet/SSH disabled (I don't use 'em since I only ever access the router from inside the network via web interface) Couple ports forwarded for torrenting, though I have none running at the moment. I can provide any extra details or even screenshots, if that's what you guys want! You can also come in here and tell me I am expecting too much from my piddly 54G, too, if that's the case. Thanks in advance, to anyone who helps!