Well, I tried addressing a similar problem one month ago at http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=689103&highlight=eyehome In a month, I got 149 views and not a single reply so I figure the question was either too hard or too badly worded. This is a different question about a secondary issue. I have given up on the airvast since my mac could never see it properly enough to connect with the Eyehome unit that started all of this madness in the first place. Next, I bought a Linksys Virgin Media G Wireless LAN Wifi Bridge Router, plugged it in upstairs from my iMac and the computer spotted it immediately. I ethernetted it into the eyehome and bingo - it worked perfectly and still does. I can lay in bed and watch the movies on my downstairs drives. Crackin' stuff, eh? BUT... In order for the Linksys to connect to my imac I have to switch network airport prefs from my sky connection to the linksys, meaning that I can watch movies upstairs but cannot connect to the internet downstairs at the same time... which my Missus is not pleased about since it means she can't spend money online while I'm not looking... (every cloud has a silver lining, after all...) I thought perhaps that, if I connected the imac to the sky modem directly by ethernet cables then it could roam the web through the sky modem while I watched movies using the airport wireless connection to the Linksys... but.. NNNnnnooooooo! When the ethernet connection is plugged into the back of the imac, the eyehome wireless connection ceases to work. My question is - why would it? can it? is there some box to tick, some pref to adjust that will make it work? and another thing... this eyehome thing works SO WELL, upstairs that I want to be able to now watch my movies in the downstairs living room and I'm thinking of buying a second eyehome box to put downstairs where I can plug an ethernet cable directly from it to the sky modem. Does anyone have any guesses as to whether it would work and to what extent/limitations? Surely someone out there must know how to effectively network these things. As always, any help will be greatly appreciated.