Hey y'all! I'm asking this question here because we're trying to sort out our WiFi network at home and I am no where near as clued up on networking as I'm sure a few of you are. Basically, we've been having problems with our Home Hub pretty much since we got it. Our advertised speed is 70Mb/s download, but it's not very often we actually see those speeds. My dad did some tests (a BT troubleshooter) and it seems the router is actually receiving a consistent 70Mb/s download speed, but it doesn't seem to get past the router. That speed isn't delivered to the devices connected to it, so we've arrived at the conclusion that somehow the router is causing our speed issues - as has been reported by other BT Home Hub users. I read somewhere that it's best to use after market routers anyway because the ones provided by the ISP are usually total rubbish. Dad asked me to suggest a router we could replace it with and, being a Mac user and having a billion iOS products in the house, the AirPort seemed to be a logical conclusion. Also because reviews are pretty consistent for it. I think I'm right in saying we need the Extreme over the Express to replace our Home Hub... So my question is: can we easily replace our BT Home Hub 5 with an AirPort Extreme (do these connect directly to the phone line like our Home Hub does?) and will this guarantee we should see our advertised speed more consistently with a better/more expensive router? I guess another question might be what we could do to actually get the advertised speeds with our Home Hub/what we might be doing wrong. Because it seems as if we've tried everything and speeds are still down.