I am currently using DD-WRT v23 SP2 on a WRT54GL 1.1. Everything is great except a few small things: 1) web GUI is slow and does not respond if I BT, 2) no bandwidth tracking (which I will need in the coming months as my ISP is going to implement bandwidth caps). Tomato solves both of these problems. But I would like to know what I am losing out in terms of features as compared to DD-WRT. I have looked at this old table to give me an idea of what DD-WRT has, but not what Tomato has. For example, one thing I noticed is that I need to PPTP connection to my school so I can access my files, but I think Tomato does not support this (but can be modded to work with OpenVPN). Is this correct? Of course, if someone who knows a lot about Tomato and DD-WRT (the two bigger 3rd party firmwares) can update the table for the newer versions to give newbies like me a better picture. Thank you.