This is rather off topic, so I ask the moderators to please feel free to delete this thread.
I've recently purchased an Asus RT-N16 to run Tomato to replace my old Asus WL-500gPv2 running Tomato.
A lot of people here seem to be using the advanced features of Tomato to set up file sharing, torrents, websites, etc.
I've personally been wanting to set up a low power NAS myself for some time, but haven't really wanted to do it on the RT-N16 itself since it seems to have a fairly low transfer rate going from a USB drive to LAN.
I thought that I'd let people here know of an interesting alternative that I've just found to run beside the RT-N16, and keep the RT-N16 for wireless routing and internet duties.
That alternative is the PogoPlug … but without the proprietary PogoPlug software.
It looks like their hardware has been hacked, and a full linux distribution is available at archlinuxarm.org. There is also mention in their forum of someone installing Debian.
The current v3 PogoPlug is on sale at $28, and it includes a dual-core 700MHz ARM chip, gigabit ethernet, 128MB RAM, 128MB flash and 4 USB ports.
It is also reported as having an internal SATA connector that can brought out to an eSATA plug (PogoPlugPro/v3 only).
Add on a 2 bay external USB/eSATA SteelVine case like the Kanguru QSX-3H for $27 and you've got a cheap and fully hackable high speed NAS for less than $60.
It doesn't have the beautiful and user friendly interface that Tomato offers, but it might provide some holiday fun for the linux hackers here.