I just got AT&T's uverse service, and I'm trying to figure out the best way to integrate their included router (10/100 ethernet, 802.11g) with a more advanced Apple router (like a time capsule with 10/100/1000 and 802.11n). One option is to have AT&T's router simply pass all traffic to the Apple router. Another option is to selectively forward certain services (ports) to the Apple router. Have you already been faced with this and what did you do? It might be best for me to simply have it pass everything to the Apple router, and then I'll do all my individual port forwarding from the Apple router. That would essentially dumb down the AT&T router, making me rely entirely on the Apple router, but given that I want to use my old Airport Express also to setup a WDS to be able to send sound to remote speakers, that might be the best option. Or the easiest. Bear in mind that I have a mixture of n and g devices. n Macbook and Apple TV, g iPhone 3g S and 2G, g printer, g wii. Just to be clear, I already have the original Time Capsule and original Airport Express.