TLDR: Will both the ethernet ports and usb out work on the new airport express if I have it running as a wireless bridge/extender? If not, is there a non apple solution that will or is better? The long version: Hi All, I just bought 2 Sonos Play 5 speakers and a sonos bridge. They are a wireless speaker system wherein one part of the chain must be connected directly to ethernet for the system to work. (Un)fortunately, I have wireless connection in my apartment provided by my landlord for free (along with 4 other apartments in this building), and I do not have access to the modem, router or ethernet cable. I'm trying to think of the best way to set up my system. Best case, I could have (in order from most to least imperative) a system with the Sonos accessing ethernet, my printer set up to print wirelessly, and a NAS somewhere in the mix for watching media on my TV once I finally get one and potentially backing up wirelessly. Can you usese an Airport Express to extend the range of my wireless, then hook the Sonos to that via an ethernet cable? I've heard that the Airport Express disables the ethernet port out when not using an apple base modem/router, which is unfortunately the case here. I don't see why Apple would design the product this way but if it is true, is there another similar solution? I haven't been able to find info on the ability of the new AE to do this. Eventually I'd also like to set up an NAS device as well. I was originally just going to get the Time Capsule and use it as an extender also, but the Apple ethernet port limitation (if true) screws up that idea. I'm also worried that just setting up an NAS into the wireless network (if possible) means that everyone in the apartment will be able to access it. Clearly the problem is that I don't have access to the modem/router/cable. Any thoughts or solutions are greatly appreciated. I'm a noob with this stuff, but I'm pretty good at figuring stuff out, so all suggestions are welcome. I'm just hesitant to buy something for trial and error if it wont work. Thanks for any tips you have!!