In regards to Linksys/Marvell releasing new drivers. How does that work?
Is anyone from OpenWRT in communication with them? Or we are simply at Marvell's mercy to provide some information on the next release?
It would have been a cool idea if Linksys had released this router with both the stock and openwrt installed (fully worked out and no kinks) on the two flash memories and letting users switch. They do give the ability to "restore previous version" from the stock firmware GUI.
Buffalo has a router that comes with DD-wrt as stock FW.
(Before opting for the WRT1900ac) I tried the Buffalo. It went back to the retailer after 24 hours. The branded DD-WRT FW on board is Buffalo's own (stunted) version. Many of the settings found in the original builds are absent and Buffalo will not honour its warranty if an original build is installed.