Considering we are living in a rural area, my wife and I have been suffering poor interweb service, for a good while. The most reliable, and sometimes decent connection we’ve had, has been with VZ mobile wifi using a VZ supplied router. (i.e, a hotspot) I have an Airport Extreme (recently acquired) but all I have used it for to this point is wireless storage. The AP signal is pretty good throughout the house. Our current VZ supplied router, not so much. I’ve not set the AP up as a bridge with the VZ supplied router, yet. Luckily, VZ beat me to it and has finally made FIOS available in our neighborhood. Clearly, we ordered it the day it became available : ) We are scheduled to have gigabit service installed this week and with it will come a new router. I’ve done a fare degree of diligence and the router that they are going to supply is (supposedly) not a horrible performer with respect to signal strength. It appears to be an upgrade to our current router. (I am going to buy the router in order to forego the monthly rental, fwiw). My question is this: Once the FIOS router is installed, do I simply bridge it to the AP via ethernet cable - like, simple as that? Once bridged via ethernet cable, I’m guessing that I’ll get the full signal strength that the FIOS router supplies through the AP as well, yes? Sorry if this is a lame question, I’m not much of a techie and the inability to get the service prior, leaves me with no experience with this sort of setup.