I've got the latest Tomato on a WRT54GL router, and quite an annoying issue I thought I'd voice up about. Whenever I update the wireless filter (apply changes), it resets the entire system. Wired or wireless, all connectivity drops. The PPPoE connection drops and recycles. My DDNS entries (which are actually tied to my domain name, and take up to 2 hours to fully update) all get trashed and need to be updated. Wireless connection drops and restores for everyone, breaking all current connections on the internet/network. Everything all goes to hell. Needless to say I'm really hesitant to use the "feature" at all. But there's no way to go back to a previous config page and get an additional address to add to the list without applying! There is no "save" button, so it's either, cause two total network earthquakes to add two addresses, or tediously copy and paste the MAC address in two entries in two tabs, then apply once. Why does it need to do all that disconnecting and reconnecting in the first place? I'd think it would just update the wireless adapter driver to deny access to a client, instead of restarting the entire thing... can this be done any smoother? Hey, other than that, Tomato is great. The only other thing I can think of is that it would be nice to have a way to manage downstream bandwidth in the same way as upstream.