Hello. The title say it, but first the BASIC questions on setup.The instructions that came with my Airport Express (Airmac Express in Japan) are in Japanese. Searching the Internet, all I could come up with is this: http://manuals.info.apple.com/MANUA...irport_express_80211n_2nd_gen_setup_guide.pdf i found this too brief and not at all helpful. Am I missing something. From my first or second generation (this is the third, right?) unit, I recall there used to be stuff on Bridge mode, etc. Nothing like that in the above. Why does Apple make it so hard to find what you need? Eventually I found this: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4587 Ok, this seems closer to what I want. Which is to connect my speakers to an existing network. I do NOT need a new network. It seems to suggest that the Express will find my network, so I don't need to connect the AE to LAN. One caveat, though, is this is that I use Wimax II, which has speeds of 40 to 100 Mbs. In other words, no DSL, etc. Someone recently told me I may need to use a Lan connection. And that there is a possibility it MAY not work Fortunately, the cradle for this unit has a Lan connection, designed to give a better signal to a computer. Can anyone suggest the best way to do this, keeping in mind I just want to be apple to stream music. If I don't need another network, fine. If I do, also ok. It may be I have to connect the AE to the router directly, or to the Mac. Last, is it true that wirh the new units one can connect to both the 5mz and 2.5 mhz channels as need be automatically? I found this interesting: http://arstechnica.com/apple/2012/11/best-of-both-worlds-setting-up-wi-fi-for-ios-on-2-4-and-5ghz/ Thank you!