I would like some input from yall with suggestions on how to best setup my home network. I know that I want to deploy one of the dual band apple routers (AEBS or TC), but with my setup, Im not sure how to do this exactly. I had a setup working for me with the AEBS in the office but due to some problems with the cable signal, I cannot keep my main base station there. In a nut shell, the cable run is bad (I think). Here is the equipment that I have: Office: A) MacPro 2008 (without the Airport card), B) 2 USB Printers (laser and color photo printer) Home Theater: PS3 Wireless devices: A) Hp Laptop with N card, B) iPhone and iPhone 3G, C) future MB/MBP coming soon Here is the networking gear at present: Kitchen: A) Airport Extreme Base Station B/G/N - FA073LL/A, B) Comcast internet & phone thingie Office: A) Airport Express first gen (B/G only) with Ethernet to MacPro and one printer on line at a time Home Theater: Nothing going on right now. The Airport Express used to be here with Ethernet to the PS3 and airtunes to the stereo until I stole it to get the Mac Pro back online Ive been wanting to move to a dual band router to allow any N devices to get full throttle internet and Im thinking now is the time. Here is what I was thinking of doing: 1) New AEBS in the kitchen overkill, but gives me dual band so N devices get full speed. 2) New AirPort Express for Office N speed for the MacPro and both printers back online 3) Old Airport Express Home Theater - PS3 & airtunes 4) Sell old AEBS I could turn on the wireless on the PS3, not sure which best wireless or Ethernet to Airport Express. I only download system updates and add-on content for Rock Band. I also do not have a backup solution in the mix, so maybe a TC instead of the AEBS? I could do TimeMachine to an extra 500GB drive inside the Mac Pro as I just put in a faster 1TB drive when I installed Snow Leopard. Do you have any better ideas? I appreciate your feedback Thank you!