I am getting ready to setup a new wireless network at my house. My main problem is that my Man Cave is located in the back of my 40x60 garage which has metal siding and a metal roof which tends to mess with wireless signals. Currently with the network I have now the cable modem is located about 200 feet away in my master bedroom hooked up to a 802.11g wireless router which is barely getting the signal to the bathroom in my garage where i have a 802.11n bridge. I'm running ethernet from the bathroom 50 feet into my Man Cave and it is just a big mess. I've decided to bump everything up to 802.11n and move the modem out to the Cave to hook up to a new 2TB TC. I was wondering if anyone had experience with Powerline Ethernet Adapters and could help clue me in a bit on whether or not they would be beneficial in this situation. Here is the two different scenarios I am bouncing back and forth. Option 1: With the TC purchase 2 AirPort Extremes. Set one up in my bathroom where I have my bridge now and set it up for WDS to bounce a signal into my house where I can have another AirPort Extreme catch the signal and stream wirelessly to the Desktop and ATV in the house. I would have a good wireless signal in the cave for all my goodies out there and i'm still unsure as to how good the signal will be in the house for everything else, but i'm assuming with there only being about 200 feet between my TC and 2nd AirPort Extreme the quality of the signal should be strong without. This option just costs more than I wish to spend. Option 2: With the TC purchase 1 AirPort Extreme and D-Link DHP-501AV PowerLine AV 500 Adapter. I could hook one up to the TC and place the other one optimally in the house to be hooked up to the AirPort Extreme. I would be able to have a stronger signal from the AirPort Extreme and place it wherever I want. Does anyone have experience with powerline ethernet adapters? I see that people use them to hook up directly to computers out of the reach of their routers and bridges, but I've yet to see anyone hook one up to a router to broadcast out from it. I do not see why it wouldn't be possible. With that in mind, I would be using the two PEAs in 2 separate buildings on 2 separate circut breakers. Does anyone know whether or not this is possible? I am sure if it is it will cut down on signal strength by time it makes it the 200+ feet through powerline to get there, yet I still believe if it offers speeds up to 500Mbps it would have to be connecting faster than if i were to connect to my far router through WDS. Sorry if I seem to be rambling. Any input from anyone with experience with powerline ethernet adapters would be extremely appreciated.