Hi all, I currently have a Belkin wireless-N router (the cheapest one I could find, regrettably) so that I can have wifi in my dorm room, but this router isn't cutting it anymore. I've given the password to a couple of my friends, but their favorite things to do while on my network are Skype, Hulu, and ESPN streaming--leaving me with an unreliable, slow wireless connection. To help with this problem, I want to buy a Time Capsule--I'm really looking forward to using its wireless backup and printer sharing features. My first question is, though, will a Time Capsule be able to handle multiple bandwidth-hogging wireless connections faster and more reliably than my cheapo Belkin router, or will it also choke? (I know for a fact that the problem isn't my university's network, because I get blazing fast download and upload speeds via Ethernet.) My second question is: regardless of the answer to the first question, would the situation be helped if I kept the Belkin router in operation, downstream from the Time Capsule? This setup would consist of the Time Capsule running a wireless network strictly for me (i.e. password protected and with a hidden SSID) and then the Belkin router connected to one of the TC's LAN ports broadcasting a network that I give a few friends access to. Would keeping the old Belkin router in operation make my wireless network even faster, or would it not give any performance boost in comparison to just letting everyone connect to my Time Capsule? (Unfortunately, I can't use the TC's Guest Network feature because my university requires student-owned routers to be set to act as network bridges only.) Thank you in advance for your time, any help would be greatly appreciated!