I currently have the following kit: Powerbook (specs in sig.) Win XP 802.11g laptop Netgear DG824M Wireless 802.11b wireless router/firewall/ADSL modem Epson Stylus Photo R300 Inkjet Printer. (USB 2.0) I want to set-up the printer to be able to access it over the network, so I thinking of buying an Airport Express, giving me the added bonus of being able to play my music over the hi-fi speakers. From what I have read, I have two network options: 1: Disable the wireless 802.11b on my router and link the Airport Express to it by an Ethernet cable. This will give me wireless access for both laptops at 802.11g speeds and therefore quicker printing. The downside is that I have to route the cable somehow. If I want to extend the network in the future, I can add further Airport Express(es?), as I cant extend the range of a non-Airport wireless network. 2: Just use the Airport express to link the printer and hi-fi to my existing 802.11b. Slower printing, but I dont have to route any cables. Is my thinking correct? Any comments / help much appreciated.