Howdy folks, The initial plan was to have this next release based on the 126.96.36.199.260 sources, but since the GPL release has been delayed, I decided to go ahead and release this new version with the 246 base. You can download it from Github (they will be mirrored to my website later). The main highlights of this new release: LED control (aka Stealth Mode): this is a new option available under Tools -> Other Settings which let you disable all LEDs on your router. Ideal for folks who have their router in a place where the LEDs can be annoying (such as a bedroom or the living room). While it's also possible to selectively turn a LED on or off (except for the LAN ones which are all tied together), I haven't had the time to document this properly just yet - I will eventually document it more in details on the Wiki. Improved Wifi status icon. The green Wifi icon at the top of the webui will now change to a half-lit icon if only one of the two radios are enabled. You can also see the state of both radios by hovering over the icon. Major improvements in SMB file sharing and FTP transfer rate. Measured tests showed up to 25%-30% improvement in transfer speed. In my own test setup here, copying a file from an HDD plugged to the router's USB port improved average speed from 11 MB/s to over 14 MB/s. Various bugfixes (some of which Asus has also fixed in their own build 260, such as the DMZ field not letting you remove an existing IP). The one main bug that remains in my build but has been fixed by Asus in 260 is the IPTV/L2TP issues experienced by users of some russian ISPs. For those wondering, the RT-N66U release still uses the same wireless driver as 220.xx and 246.19b, as this has proved to be the most stable for the majority of users. I will re-evaluate the situation once Asus releases a new firmware based on a newer driver version. Also note that for the time being, only N66U and AC66U are available. The N16 will require more time due to some of the low-level changes this new version brings. As usual, the full changelog can be found on http://www.lostrealm.ca/asuswrt-merlin/changelog.txt. The next release will probably mostly focus on integrating the next GPL release from Asus, and fixing issues introduced by the new features brought by this release. As usual there is no ETA, it will depend on when Asus does their own release, what bug reports come in from this release, and what free time I have available to work on it.