I'm switching from a Linksys WRT54G (running DD-WRT) to a Linksys WRT320N.
Problem: the DD-WRT version for the WRT320N doesn't include RTSP Conntrack (ip_conntrack_rtsp & ip_nat_rtsp) which is required to watch TV broadcasted by my ISP over xDSL using RTSP (ISP name is Free, in France).
So I'm willing to test Tomato(USB) (actually, I already did once, on my WRT54G) and see how it can perform with "basic" SoHo features (routing, wireless AP, NAT+PAT, IPv6, DHCP, DNS/dnsmasq, WoL, VLAN,) and maybe more (VPN, RADIUS, 802.1x, Hotspot with captive portal).
But only if Tomato is actually supporting RTSP Conntrack ;)
Thanks for you infos.