Hi all, After getting fed up with my ISP modem/router (Virgin Media Superhub 3.0 802.11ac), I've decided to get a second-hand Airport Extreme. Ours is a small 2-bedroom flat, and the router is in the middle of the flat. There is a 2010 iMac directly connected via Gigabit Ethernet which serves as a home server for Plex and Time Machine backups, a 2013 MBA (802.11ac), a 2010 MB (802.11n), a Playstation 3 (802.11g), a Samsung Smart TV (802.11n), and two smartphones: a iPhone 5c (802.11n) that will soon replaced by an SE (802.11ac), and my Moto X Play (802.11n). We've recently upgraded to 50Mbps fibre optic broadband. Given that there is only 1 (soon to be 2) 802.11ac devices, and ours is a small flat, I thought that a 4th-gen 802.11n Airport Extreme would be enough for our needs and ordered one for £35 second hand. I very rarely transfer large files within the local network -the only one I can think of was when I did the first Time Machine backup on the MBA and MB but that was a one-off. I have yet to receive the AE, but I have been considering whether I made the wrong choice and should have gone for the £90 6th-gen Airport Extreme with 802.11ac support (or even the 5th-gen at £50). What do you guys think?