I search this site (and the web) before posting, so my apologies for asking a super-newbie question. I'm running Merlin's 384.19 firmware on my AC86U and just installed (and love!) CakeQOS. CakeQOS is installed on an old USB stick that I formatted as ext4 using amtm. I don't plan on running any other Asuswrt-Merlin add-ons. Should I be concerned about the longevity of the drive? Put another way, does CakeQOS, or simply the process of using add-ons at all, cause a lot of writes to the flash drive, and if so, should I replace the drive with a high endurance version? Thanks for your thoughts.