Hi Guys. Fed up with the dismal performance of my Virgin Media so called "Super-hub" I'm thinking about setting up an Apple-based network from scratch. I thought I'd run the plans by the ever-helpful people here just to be sure i'm not missing something. So, here goes; 1. Turn the "Super-hub" into modem mode. 2. Connect a new Airport Extreme to the "Super-hub" using ethernet cable. 3. Connect my Imac into the Airport Extreme via ethernet. 4. Run an ethernet cable from the Airport Extreme into the loft, and into an un-managed, 5 port, ethernet switch. 5. Connect 2, or possibly 3, Airport Express units via ethernet to the switch, and position them in the extremities of the loft for best coverage. One alternative would be to replace the switch with an Airport Express and forget the ethernet cables. I know I could leave the Superhub on wifi mode and run the cable to the loft from it, but I would prefer do everything with Apple components rather than mix hardware. I presume that would make setup and management more straightforward. I live in a 1930's house with brick internal walls and timber floors, so the signal should penetrate the floors down through the house. Any thoughts on this setup would be appreciated. Stephen.