For a long time I have been wanting to ask Teddy Bear to remove all country coding, and give the GUI the full capabilities that the drivers / chipset can support. This is 3rd party privately produced firmware that is used by enthusiasts, who should be given the privilege and responsibility of choosing and operating their hardware the way they see fit. Having to trip over country code settings and wondering if there is a bug in "Mexico" that is preventing power setting adjustments & etc. is approximately asinine in this environment.
Actually, I think it's probably better that we allow the users to set an appropriate region so they don't run afoul of local regulations (and authorities). I can't speak for other countries, but in the US, the FCC takes such breaches (especially if resulting from complaints from neighbors) rather seriously (and with heavy fines). Rodney
None of these routers has the power to exceed the one watt FCC limit. Here in the US you can breach FCC regulation by using channels above 11, but this is not something a neighbor would ever complain about.
Big fish. Little pond. Not worth the effort, overhead and problem potential. If somebody wants to break the law all they need to do is start changing country codes until they find one to match for the feature they want. Again, Tomato is not something that a typical un-informed end-user is going to be flashing and using. There is no need to idiot proof it.