Are there any known issues regarding WiFi stability on an ASUS RT-N12 (D1 hardware revision, recently purchased) and Tomato Shibby "tomato-K26-1.28.RT-N5x-MIPSR2-140-Max"? I have had several WiFi drops. This is to a laptop that to the best of my knowledge has never dropped any WiFi connection to any router it's even been connected to - often times left connected for days and days. The RT-N12 is only a few feet away, unobstructed view to the laptop, signal strength is excellent. Operating on 2.4GHz (the only freq band the RT-N12 is capable of), Channel 1, 20Mhz channel width. Before flashing Tomato, I connected the laptop to the OEM WiFi of the router and left it up overnight, checking for stability. This was not a long test, just overnight. But it stayed stable. Now after flashing Tomato, it sometimes drops several times a day, but sometimes will stay up overnight. I have not been able to do exhaustive testing yet, but this is what I'm initially seeing. Now that I've already flashed Tomato and the OEM software is no more, it is harder to determine if I have a router hardware problem, or a firmware problem. I am going to test some with other clients. Lord knows I have enough things that connect to WiFi in my house to test with. I will also try with channels 6 and 11, but I really wanted to use 1 on this particular router (it's an AP only) due to strong signals on 6 & 11 around my house (my main router uses 6 and my security system uses 11). Part of my troubleshooting is asking here on these forums, to see if there are already known issues with my particular hardware/firmware combination, because if a problem has already been uncovered, no need in my doing all the troubleshooting from scratch again. Thanks!