Hi there! I'm really interested in the new Airport Express station that Apple released, but I'm very confused about its capabilities. Maybe you guys can clear some stuff up for me? I currently have a 4-port wired router connected to a cable modem. 3 of these wired ethernet connections are taken by Windows PCs. Could I connect the last ethernet port to the Airport Express station and have my new (soon to arrive) 12" Powerbook join this network and share the internet/files with the other 3 PCs wirelessly? The labels on the Airport Express ports under "Tech Specs" on Apple's site states that the ethernet port is an "intelligent port for connecting to DSL or cable modems or a local network" - this is what I want, right? What's confusing me is the WAN/LAN designation, I guess. Airport Express only has WAN, whereas Aiport Extreme base stations have both WAN and LAN. I thought that the only WAN port on my wired router was for the cable modem input. If the little Airport Express station can accomplish what I want, I'll put in an order for one as soon as I can - the price is perfect, and the music output is just an added bonus! Thanks for the help!