Hi: I live in southwestern KY and work nearly 1,100 feet away, in a 3'rd floor one-person office with a window to the exterior, roughly facing my house, with maybe 4 trees in between. Our workplace monitors usage & forbids use of the company system for personal matters. At home, I use a cable internet service. Nice and fast. I'd like to get that at the office. My iPhone's 3G isn't fast enough & AT&T's 2 gig data cap is too small. I considered buying a pair of the new EnGenius ENH202's but then I noticed a local electric company offered $30/month wireless 6 meg service (Hopkinsville Electric System & EnergyNet Internet Services) so I signed up. The signal is really weak at the home, but they'll come install a receiver soon to fix that problem. The wifi is intended to provide in town mobile device access (e.g.: laptops). This would be $10/month cheaper than the cable modem service, plus I want to access the wifi from my office with a personal laptop. Problem: the wireless signal in the office is very weak. There's one place I can put an old laptop & get a usable signal/decent service. And my iPad and iPhone don't detect the signal at all! I can't realistically have the ISP send people to install one of their receivers in the office, and they don't give me one to install myself. Soooooooo, does anyone know a good product I could put in the office that would receive the signal (so antenna functionality), and at least hook to the laptop by ethernet or (much better yet) act as a wireless router so the laptop, iPad and iPhone could all enjoy good access? Thanks in advance! P.S.: I did order a USB external antenna for the notebook computer, and hope it'll work, but I can't do that with the iPad. I need a wireless router that can pick up the city wifi much better than the iPad does, & broadcast access to devices in my office. I know wireless repeaters can be used to do that when the provider network is a router you set up, but I don't know if it can do that when the provider is somebody else, & you just have a username & password to log on & use their network. I am a paying customer, not trying to mooch.