Hi Everyone, I am a partner in small business that recently started up roughly 6 months ago. We have a renovated, early 1900's 9,400 sq foot (2,350/floor), 4 level brownstone building. At our max were expecting to have about 30-35 users max, some this possibly with multiple devices. I'm looking to expand our very rudimentary WiFi (currently a Comcast router + booster ) with a more sophisticated setup. I'm not an IT expert but I'd consider myself above average with computer knowledge, a fast learner, and an excellent researcher & problem solver. Is anyone here well experienced with the Ubiquity Unify line of access points as well as switches/routers? They have great reviews, seem very functional, and very affordable. If anyone would be willing to answer some questions for me that would be excellent. My idea was 1 access point per floor, perhaps 2 on the second floor to accomodate the layout of the building. Running Ethernet is no problem due to drop ceilings in hallways and HVAC unit closets located directly above eachother on each floor. Ubiquiti's PoE is a huge plus for us. Basically what I need answers for are suggestions on then following: - The most appropriate hardware choices (AP, router, switches) - How many AP's for 4 floors (2350sq ft/Floor) and 30-35 clients? - Multiple AP's with same SSID vs different SSID's, vs Zero Handoff? - WiFi channel selection, we're in the city and have A LOT of neighboring networks? - We ideally want a staff network and guest network, thus will need a controller Mac/PC- recommendations on these? - Is this way over my head? Or can I manage to get by setting this up some background skills, manuals, and support forums? We're well endowed, business is booming, but we're of course always looking to save money when possible. I'm not quite sure this is an area to skimp on myself considering this network is essentially as important for our clients as it is the staff, but I'm just one voice of 6. Sadly, A couple of my partners- incl the majority share holders don't understand that WiFi isn't just about range, but also bandwith and that $40 netgear booster won't cut it. I don't want to give out too many details of the business publically for privacy reasons, but am willing to talk via PM and provide more details of the nature of the business and our needs. Thanks!!!