Hi, I'm running Tomato 1.23 on my WRT54GL, and loving it for the most part. In the past I never set up QOS, but I've decided to try it, because when I run P2P (BitTorrent), browsing to websites slows to a stop. What I'd like to do is fairly simple I think: I want to set up QOS so that my P2P bandwidth (up and down) will normally be at maximum, unthrottled by QOS at all (at least, within the limits I've set in uTorrent--unlimited down, and 60KB/s up). However, I also want to set the QOS so that if I browse to a website, that act of browsing to the website will take full priority over the P2P--I want the web browsing to have 100% priority over anything else at the moment I make the browse request. Ideally, when web browsing, I wouldn't even know I'm running P2P. At those times I don't care if the P2P speeds slow dramatically. It sounds simple enough, and I've read a few guides (here and elsewhere) on getting this set up, but I suppose I must just be too dense to get it. I've tried setting my "Lowest" priority packets (including P2P) to various percentages, but I just can't seem to get it set straight--either the P2P becomes too slow even when I'm not browsing ANY websites, or, my web browsing stays so slow as to be unusable. Does anyone have any simple step-by-step specific explanations of how I might be able to achieve what I'm trying to do? I'd be very grateful.