So I noticed my internet speed had not been up to par with with what I was paying for. Not that I was complaining, I was getting 50 down but I was suppose to be getting 150 down. But I was having problem with some internet connections in my house, including wired connections. Someone suggested to bypass the Router on my Cable Modem and just use my Airport Extreme. So I decided to take them up on it, took a while but I got that working. I had to move my Airport Extreme to the closet next to my modem, which was no problem at all. Once I had it up and running I realized after moving it my iMac would no longer have an ethernet connection. So I decided to do a speed test to see how fast it was. Turned out my Retina iMac was now getting this crazy speed over wifi: So now I decided that since my new Apple TV was having problems with the wired connection, and the Apple TV is only feet away from the Airport Extreme, I would use the wifi setting on the Apple TV. I then moved on to my Wifes iMac. Which is connected via ethernet. I did a test and she was only getting about a 45Mbps download speed. I decided to unplug her ethernet and test it with the wifi. And BOOM, it now matched my iMac. So why the hell is my wired connection slower then my Wifi? And my dilemma is it really worth looking into to fix it, or just let everything go wifi? I do have a switch setup to add multiple devises. I have one in my closet next to the Airport Extreme for all the switches upstairs in my house, and then ran another long Ethernet Cable downstairs for my Apple TV, PS4, TV and other peripherals. (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00K4DS5KU?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00 ) Just wondering if anyone has any ideas and should I even into fixing the wired connections?