Hi All, I'm sure this has been discussed numerous times, but I have a quite a few things to discuss and would like to know my best options. Background I live in a two storey home (fairly new - built in 2007). Basement unfinished. I have service through Eastlink (Canadian Cable Provider) and have their Maestro service (everything connected via internet). Their router/modem is built into the Media Gateway (PVR) that connects to the tv receivers via MOCA. I have disabled the wireless in their Media Gateway and using a Linksys E3000. I am not worried about wireless signal in the basement as it is unfinished and completely open. Connected Devices HP Win 7 Laptop - Main Floor (wireless) AppleTV - Main Floor (wireless) 2 iPhone 5 (all over - wireless) 2 iPads (all over - wireless) Win 7 Desktop - Basement - ethernet) Late 2013 rMBP (all over - wireless) PS3 - Main Floor (wireless) HP Wireless Printer (basement - ethernet) Chromecast - 2nd Floor - master bedroom (wireless) Current Set-up The "Media Gateway" is in the basement and I have an Ethernet cable coming out of it into a powerline adapter going to my main floor. Here I am connected into the Linksys E3000 that is broadcasting dual-band. I have done no tweaking with it, just a simple set-up. I am finding it difficult to get decent wireless coverage in all areas of my house. Sometimes it fluctuates. I have 20 down, 4 up service. I have attempted to resolve this by moving the E3000 to different locations and it still is like that. I tried using a dLink DIR-505 to "repeat" the wireless upstairs, but still is crappy. My Idea on a Solution - Looking for Feedback - Media Gateway to stay in the basement with the wireless turned off. - Powerline adapter from Media Gateway into an Airport Time Capsule on the main floor - living room (this is an open concept area where the kitchen/living room/dining room are all one room). This will feed ethernet to the HP Printer and a future (soon I hope) MacMini. It will be the main wireless Access Point. - Powerline adapter out from the Airport TC into an Airport Express on the 2nd storey (I have four bedrooms up there, two on either side with a middle hallway). Where is the best location to put the Airport Express? I have a "spare bedroom" on the 2nd floor (was an office before - might still like for it to be)...I am thinking this is the place to put the Airport Express and have the desktop downstairs placed here. Does this new set-up seem logical? Would it work? Is there something I should do differently? Is there too many powerline adapters going on? I was thinking of just getting one more powerline adapter and using the main one coming off my Media Gateway in the basement to feed both the Time Capsule and Express? Would that work or do they need to actually be "connected" to each other? Thanks for reading! TLDR; Want to use Time Capsule and Express to expand wireless network in a two storey house using powerline adapters.