Hi All, I live in a fairly large house, and we have two airport devices. There is a time capsule on the second floor of one corner, and an airport extreme on the second floor of the other corner. The reason why they are in the corners is that the time capsule plugs into the cable modem / iMac directlly, and both of those are in one corner. As for the airport extreme, it also shares a wired connection with a tivo and a slingbox so it needs to stay where it is. I've had some slow connection issues, and I think the basic issue is distance / walls. If I turn off the Airport Extreme, I get a VERY weak signal in that corner of the house. Turning the Airport Extreme back on, I get a great WiFi signal, but the connection between the two base stations is pretty weak, so internet speeds can be mediocre at times. It occurred to me that there are two ways to fix the issue... 1) Install a 3rd party antenna on my Time Capsule. Some hacking will be required, which I am fine with doing. 2) Putting an Airport Express in between the two base stations. I'm curious to hear some opinions on the two options. Option 1 will keep me from installing new hardware in the house, but how well do the external antennas work? Option 2 will be an easy solution, but will it work well? How much latency is added? Curious to hear more feedback from those using a network of Airport base stations in a large home. Thanks!