I'm really enjoying messing around with this firmware. I was getting a bit bored with DD-WRT My biggest problem at the moment is getting inbound QOS/throttling to behave similarly to (or hopefully better than) DD-WRT. I think this is basically because I don't understand the details of what the Inbound Limit section actually does. It seems to have a positive effect for me in terms of throttling specific inbound traffic, but after playing around with it I've found it rather unpredictable. For example, currently I have Bittorrent traffic classified at Lowest priority. If I do not set any Inbound Limit for the Lowest classification, my download bandwidth gets completely saturated, regardless of the outbound settings, dropping http download speeds effectively down to zero (~50kbps out of a total bandwidth of 4096kbps). If I set the Inbound Limit for the Lowest classification to 1%, Bittorrent still works fine, consuming all idle downstream bandwidth (so it's obviously not a hard limit of 1% of total bandwidth). It also throttles back if I start a HTTP download (HTTP is classified a High priority), so that Bittorrent and HTTP get around 50% of the downstream each. This is a useful result for me, and effectively represents inbound QOS. Yes, I know it's not actually QOS, and the only reason it works is because inbound packets are being dropped, but the end result is a good one for me. However, I don't know how to set the Inbound Limits for all the other classifications. I tried setting them to sensible values (I can't remember exactly what values I entered), and the Bittorrent downstream usage on an idle line seemed then to be limited to around 10% of total bandwidth. The only way it seems to have any sort of positive effect for me is with the limit for Lowest set to 1%, and all the others set to None. Does anyone know what's going on here? In summary, my questions are: 1. What exactly do the percentages mean in the drop down boxes? 2. How does the 1% limit I imposed relate to the ~50% throttling I observe? 3. How should these limits be set for inbound throttling of the different classifications? Should they all add up to 100% (which seems to be the rule for outbound QOS), or is there some other scheme at work here?