First off, apologies if this is already a discussed topic or this is posted in the wrong forum. Lately, I have been having some issues with my AppleTV and home network. I will go to play something that is stored on my computer in the AppleTV and there is a massive delay before it will load up and start. It is worse with my HD content than my SD encodes. I believe this is a "known issue" with the latest AppleTV software, but this leads to my real question. I am currently using an old version of the Airport Extreme. I think it is the mid-2009 model. My Internet download speeds are fine but I wonder if my "old" router is creating an internal network that is too slow for the size of my encode collection (about 4tb). Could this be the case? And if so, would buying the latest airport Extreme solve this issue? Do home networks even have a speed, other that the whole Wireless g, n and a? In the last few years I have added a lot of new wireless connections (used to be the computer, an AppleTV and 2 phones, but now it has 2 more iPads, 2 more phones, another AppleTV, the TV itself, a Slingbox and maybe more things) so I keep thinking my 2009 router might not be able to handle that much connectivity. Any advice on this would be appreciated. I'd hate to go spend $200 and not solve the problem. Thanks.