Hey guys, So I'm experiencing some slow internet issues. There are a number of possibilities but I want to make sure I've done everything I can to make it go as fast as it can. Firstly let me point out that I live with 4 other people, 3 who use PC's and the other guy a Macbook Pro. The AEBS (2nd Gen) is downstairs and can't be moved anywhere else in the house. Two PC users live downstairs, I'm on the second floor with my iMac running Leopard (all software up to date) my friend on the Macbook Pro is next door to me and there's another PC user on the third floor (attic). So I've taken into consideration that the phone, TV, walls and floors will prevent me (2nd floor) from having a very fast signal. But I just want to make sure I can get the most out of it, from where I am. So I've got the AEBS set up on 802.11g only which seems to be one of the only radio modes that my PC users can connect to. Channel 11, Multicast 9 Mbps and I'm using Interference Robustness. Sound good or should I change some of those it was originally on the lowest you Multicast 802.11g will allow which is 6Mbps, but I thought I'd change it to 9 and see what happens - nothing really. As you can see from my attachment (my iMac is the black line, my housemate who lives downstairs near the router is the yellow line) my signal is very inconsistent as opposed to his who's very consistent. iStumbler is saying I have around 33% Signal with 13% Noise. Oh and I saw a post to do with MTU on the iMac Airport (under ethernet preferences) and if you set it at 1452 it fixes a somewhat slow connection, for me it's made no difference, so I put it back to standard 1500. My Airport on my iMac has full bars of signal. So I am a little confused. I like to stream BBC iPlayer, 4oD and watch YouTube videos, but they stop and buffer quite a lot which makes it annoying and sometimes impossible to watch the shows. So is there any suggestions you guys have which may make my internet signal more healthy? Taking into account the walls, floors, doors, TV and phone is there anything I can do, or is my signal fairly good considering all of those problems? Any help would be fantastic. Thank you! EDIT: Interestingly my PS3 which is situated right next to my iMac, seems to be getting a better signal at 42% any idea why that might be?