Hey guys, I could definitely use some advice. I have an iPad 3 and a smart tv that utilizes apps via a wireless signal. Now in general, whether it's on my desktop computer or iPad, doing everyday things like browsing the Internet or sending an email work perfectly find through our wifi. But once you start to watch a video online, movie trailers through the Trailers app on the iPad, or stream video via Amazon, HBOGo or Netflix on eit starts to stutter and get choppy. And if I'm lucky enough that it does work, it either takes forever to load the HD signals her the TV if iPad, the picture quality will be choppy and start and stop every 3 seconds. Sometimes, the HD picture won't even look HD, and instead will look almost like standard definition. So I'm wondering--what's the deal? Why is this happening? As for my router, I feel like I've had it for 8 to 10 years, although one positive I can say about it is that I never have problems with it. It's a Linksys Wireless G broadband router with speed booster (2.4 ghz). I have to be honest, I don't know much about routers, setting them up and configuring them, so if you ask me an overly technical question, i probably couldn't answer it. What I can say, if it matters at all, is that we have our router set up where it requires a password to access the wireless signal. I've tried shutting off other wireless devices that may be taking bandwidth or just sharing the same wireless signal. So I shut off the computer, disabled the Internet on the tv, and disabled the same for the Ps3. Again, doing browsing and even downloading podcasts is fine. But if I want to watch a tv show streaming, or even load an HD video in YouTube, it will take forever or just not do it, or do it but stop and start every 5 seconds. What would you recommend I do? Do I need a new router?