Hello all, I am looking for suggestions on how I should setup my home network now that it is growing and well more and more devices are using my home network/wifi. So having said that... Here is what I have: Computers: Mac Pro (Hardwired) Mac Mini (Hardwired) Windows XP Media Box (Hardwired) QNAP NAS Media Storage (Hardwired) Entertainment: AppleTv (Hardwired) 2x Sonos Play 1 (wifi) 1x Sonos Play 2 (wifi) 1x Sonos Play 3 (wifi) 1x Sharp tv (Hardwired) 1x Panasonic Blu-ray (Hardwired) 1x Verizon Fios DVR box (Hardwired) Wireless Devices: 2x iPads (wifi) 2x iPhones (wifi) Home Wireless Devices: 3x WeMo Wifi Switches 1x Honeywell wifi thermostat Network equipment: 1x Fios Router Actiontec (used both for wifi and hardwired) 1x netgear 5-port hometheater hub (used to manage entertainment area) 1x TRENDnet 24 Port switch (used for all the hardwired devices, not full, but purchased with expansion in mind) 3x Apple Express (all hardwired throughout the house) As you can see there is a lot of stuff that I am putting on the network and was wondering if I should start breaking it up, i.e. 2.4ghz and 5.0ghz. Right now everything is on one network. Seems like my network is getting congested with all the devices connecting to the same network, maybe splitting it up? Wifi home on one network (everything else, iPads, iPhones etc) Wifi home on second network 2.4 (home stuff since it is small data) Hardwired network Open to suggestions or if this is the correct way of doing things. Just looking to improve my home network that is all. Any questions please let me know.