I have an old (b/g) Airport Express. Both of my Macs have n-capable wireless cards. The iPhone is g-only. I'd like to be able to set up a network where my Macs can access the network (and internet) via a new Airport Express n-capable router -- wirelessly -- and then use the old b/g Airport Express to 'extend' the wireless network to the slower b/g devices (iPhone, Wii) without dragging down the main "n" network to the b/g speeds. On top of all this, I want all the devices to be able to see each other (Primarily just the Macs & the iPhone). Macs on the N network, iPhone on the G. Is this even possible with 2 Airport Expresses? From my searching, it seems "bridge mode" is what I need to do. But all the descriptions referred to Extreme + Express setups. I am trying to avoid buying the Airport Extreme as I have no need for any of the other features. Basically I want to increase my local network speeds for Mac-to-Mac EyeTV recorded video streaming and file transfer etc. I am hoping I can bridge the older Airport Express and set up a network where all devices can see each other (iPhone can connect to the 2 Macs etc.) but the G devices don't slow down the N devices. Is this possible with 2 Airport Express routers, one b/g and one n?