Hello all, Situation: Moving into a new place and signing up to Virgin Broadband (VM). Like most of the UK - this means a forced location for your router to be beside the TV in the living room at the front of the house. I am putting the router into modem only mode and attaching my Airport Extreme to handle routing and wifi throughout. I have two older Airport Express stations that will put airplay functionality in two other rooms but my NAS (Synology 410) and printer are large and cannot go in the living room. My iMac is going in to the living room and will run Plex Media Centre (PMS) - pushing media to my jailbroken ATV2 and iPhones when out and about. Questions: One idea is to put the printer and NAS into a cupboard under the stairs. (a) Would the latest Airport Express handle the two devices (NAS via ethernet, Printer via USB)? I have concerns about throughput for the Airport Express to my Airport Extreme when handling 1080p streaming. If the iMac, which is running PMS, is also connected via Wifi would the wifi network handle the 1080p stream from the NAS via Airport Express to the iMac AND the 1080p feed from the iMac to the ATV2? Is this how it works or does it send the single feed from the NAS directly to the ATV2? (b) If the answer to the above is no, it will not handle the bandwidth then would a second Airport Extreme handle the throughput more effectively? I could justify the cost because of the extra ethernet ports for another NAS in the future. (c) A long shot but would the rumoured updated Airport Express be the real winner in this situation and, therefore, I should wait?