Long-time DD-WRT user, finally took the plunge to Tomato 1.17 just the other day and love it so far! The QOS is definitely better than DD-WRT's implementation, however, truth be told, DD-WRT v24 RC7 seemed to be quite stable and QOS worked well, for the little that I had defined (just FTP and Bitttorent class rules). Anywho, I've basically set up Tomato's QOS much like I had DD-WRT's configured, and this means I've defined my outgoing/uplink/upstream bandwidth to be ~90% of Comcast's advertised, non-Powerboost speed of 384kbs. Downside to this is, of course, I'm missing out on that, oh, extra ~1,000kbps of uplink bandwidth they give you for the first ~5-7MB of file transfer. Does anyone have any ideas on how Tomato could be configured to take advantage of this Powerboost / Speedboost? The only references I could really find to this problem are here: http://www.linksysinfo.org/forums/showthread.php?t=52905 and here: http://www.linksysinfo.org/forums/showthread.php?t=52919 Thanks!