Hi: I rent a small old brick home (really old construction) about 1,000 feet from the office where I work (also an old brick building, but my office is by the exterior). The space between is fairly open; a few trees & a house or two, but not urban skyscrapers, etc... The house has cable modem service with an old Linksys 'G' class wireless router, which has served fine for in-home networking. As some of you are doubtless familiar with from your own workplaces, when we get on our work computers, we have to click through this opening screen that warns us of dire consequences if we use the work computers/internet service for non work-related tasks. Some of my co-workers do it anyway, but I've mainly relied on my iPhone 4's 3G connection for private online activities without Big Brother monitoring every move. I can bring an old 1'rst generation iPad from home. It's wifi, of course, but not 3G. I'd like to know what product/combo. of products would, without being ridiculously expensive (let's say under $300?) or requiring much technical know-how (preferably not harder than hooking up a new wireless router to a computer), would extend the home's wireless broadband to the point that the iPad & iPhone 4 in the office could access that network for general web surfing, e-mail, etc... Ubiquiti NanoStation products were mentioned elsewhere online, but I don't know about cost, ease of use, Mac-compatibility or whether it'd actually work. What do you recommend? (Note: That's 1,000 linear feet between home & office; a 1,000 square foot coverage area (33 feet x 30 feet, for example) would come nowhere close to serving). Richard. P.S.: Thanks in advance!