After having fiddled and fidgeted with my Airports for years, I have given up on the wireless approach. At this point, I now have 1 DB Extreme, 1 Gigabit extreme, and 2 first gen N-Extremes in my network (as well as 2 old-fashioned starship enterprise Extremes and 2 airport expresses that I no longer use). For the past 3-4 years, I've been trying to get my entire movie/TV show library to stream stutter-free throughout the network, w/ some successes and lots of failures. Eventually, I was able to get a 5GHz network to work for my HD streaming, and a mixed network for my legacy wireless products. But there were always throughput problems, and I have always yearned to have a fully wired network. Unfortunately, my house (built in 1935, 3k square feet, w/ plaster walls on the main floor and drywall in my basement) would be prohibitively expensive to set up w/ hardwired ethernet. So, I had previously tried powerline ethernet adapters, which, in my apparently antiquated home, were abysmal (I could never transfer more than 700kbps via powerlines). I was able to get my 5GHz band to transfer/stream at up to 8 megabytes per second from my home office/router room to my HT, but it took a lot of tweaking, and there have been countless problems with unexplained episodic dropouts and bottlenecks. So, this week I decided to take a chance, and bought 2 D-Link DXN-221 ethernet over coax adapters. And I've found that I have an uninterrupted 6-8 megabyte per second transfer speed throughout the house, which has been enough to stream full BR archives anywhere in the house. Now, for what to do w/ all these routers... So why did I post this thread? Because I wanted to make folks aware of the possibility of Ethernet over coax as a fully useable method for hardwiring your home network. I've tried my darnedest for years, and this is the solution for my situation.