Hello everyone, I have successfully self-compiled, flashed, and lightly tested a firmware for the Netgear R6260 router based on a snapshot of the source tree from March 15th(ish?). The only issue I have been able to pinpoint this far is that 2.4 GHz is somewhat unstable. It stays connected 99% of the time when in client mode, but I'm not 100% sure how well AP mode works as I don't have a device to test it with. I also discovered that 5 GHz does indeed function, but some further testing will be required to verify usability. Wired, of course, works flawlessly at 1 Gbit/s, as does USB. The catch with USB on this router is, you must use the XHCI (3.0) controller driver rather than EHCI (2.0). I have mine set up with an extroot hard disk of 4TB in size attached. The squashfs size can be up to 16MB in size, while the UBIFS allows for 24MB of read/write storage on-chip. It cannot handle having an actual R/W rootfs as the main partition is not large enough. If anyone would like me to help continue testing of this router to ensure its support continues, I would be glad to help.