I have a home network like so: Cable modem -> Airport -Express- 1st gen 802.11g -> Servers wifi to PS3/Computers/AppleTV/Airport Extreme5thgen(Bridge) and then the airport extreme is bridged and wired to an xbox, tv, and stereo receiver. Everything is very close, so distance is not an issue, but speed occasionally is. I'm wondering if anyone has a guess as to how my network would improve by getting a new aiport express so that I can run everything on 802.11n. For instance, I would like to be able to stream movies to my PS3 using PS3media server (right now: very stuttering if high quality) and would like to be able to use AirParrot without 2 s delay with my Apple TV (I have an early 2010 iMac and late 2010 MBA). I'm especially wondering if AirParrot would work better--in which case I would never stream to the PS3. Alternately I could switch my airport express and airport extreme, use the airport express as a bridge, then buy a hub so that I could wire my TV, stereo, and xbox into the hub/express, but this might also be kind of slow--it sounds like it'd be full of latency at the very least. Alternately if HDMI 1.4 carries internet, I could wire my whole home studio with HDMI cables, but I have no idea how to activate (or even see how) HDMI-ethernet works. I'm not against paying $100 for a new airport extreme, but I would be kind of bummed if it didn't improve my streaming ability any.