Hey there I'm considering getting the new APX, as our old D-Link DI-624 needs resetting about once a day, and doesn't provide great signal for my CD MacBook. I know I can't get N in it, but it's being passed on to my brother in a few motnhs, and I'll get a MacBook Pro. The reason I don't get a good signal, is not because the router is that bad, but because I'm so far away. Will I get a better signal using G on my MB from the APX, as it is a newer and more advanced router, or will it be same (rappy reception until I get N in my MBP? The following devices will be connected to the APX: 1 GHz Celeron Windows ME Boz over Ethernet (Mom) Windows XP desktop over wireless G (Dad) Xbox 360 over wireless G (Brother) MacBook over wireless G (Me) Soon: MBP over wireless N (Me ) and several new N macs for parents. We don't plan on sharing a printer, but this week there was a great offer on a Lacie F.A. Porsche 320 GB USB drive for 900 kr. ($150, but remember that DK has 25% VAT). This would be connected to the APX, and shared by the computers. I was originally going to get the FireWire version of the drive to connect directly to my Mac, for me only, but the best deal I can get on that in DK is the 250 GB version for 1.100 kr. ($190). Either way I would use the Lacie drive for storing our Drive-in movies and a lot of other stuff. I know FW is faster than USB, and that the USB will be even slower from transferring over wireless net, but is it fast enough for streaming movies and stuff (view the Drive-in link)? Basically that's my only concern. I would much rather have the fast FW drive, but if I can get it wireless, cheaper and with more capacity only slower, I would do it, as long as it is fast enough. Any other advice is greatly appreciated.