Cadriel: Well, whats nice about Freetz - is they have 'patches' that can remove individual features and components from the original firmware. So for example, one of their patches removes MyFritz. Or WLAN - or whatever really. My firmware above doesn't touch any of that, but the possibility is there.
There's also patches to 'fix' things in Fritz that the developers of Freetz felt necessary.
Its also smart in the fact that when you tell it to install dnsmasq, it disables multid's DNS and DHCP.
In any case, if you've hit some exploit you want to avoid, there's every possibility that Freetz has it covered already. :)
great to hear someone else whos egar with freetz!
very much increasing my temptation to play with it