Hi, here's the scenario: Currently inside shop: 2 iMacs, 2 PCs, 3 Printers, 1 Dell desktop server as the print server. ISP is A&T using their 2wire wifi-router hooked onto a switch. Hurdle: Two commercial printers + Macbook is going right outside of shop. Note: Hard wiring is not an option. Goal: Have the outside printers and Macbook connected to the inside LAN. Given this circumstance, here is what my cousin came up with. Hook up a general Linksys WRT54G router to the ISP's 2wire box that's inside. Then another WRT54G router to each of the printers that is outside and have the Macbook that's outside to one of those printers' routers. Utilize WDS to connect the Macbook + two printers outside to communicate w/ the router inside the shop. Basically, our client runs a print shop and wants to place two commercial printers and a kiosk of some kind outside his shop for after-hour student use. His challenge is that all the machines outside have to communicate w/ his shop wirelessly. Will this method work? Is there a cleaner or better solution? Thanks!