Hi everyone! I've had many troubles with my home wifi network in the past, and finally am able to change things up now, so I thought I'd come here for some help.. I've got a modem for internet, which is connected to my 3TB Time Capsule (current gen) via ethernet, and the time capsule outputs wifi for my devices. In the past I've used extenders to get connection all over my house, but now I've decided I want to hard wire between the 'extenders'. I'm pretty sure I can buy two Airport Extremes and place them at the opposite ends of my house, with Ethernet wiring the original two back to my modem/time capsule, which one would I connect two time capsules into via ethernet, modem or time capsule? I've made a sketchy diagram that explains what I'm trying to do, my modem is with the Time Capsule at point A. Of course, once this is all set up the ethernet wiring will be through the walls. I'll be setting each Time Capsule/Airport Extreme as a new network, but using the same settings (SSID, password) for each one so my devices think all three routers are outputting one large network right? In short, I need to re-wire my home wifi setup, I have one 3TB Time Capsule and am looking to buy two Airport Extremes and wire them together via ethernet, set them up under the same network settings (SSID, password) in order to make a huge wifi network for my home which shouldn't have much of a speed drop like wireless extenders would. Will this layout/settings work? If not, what settings would I apply to the Time Capsule and Airport Extremes? Really sorry for the long and possibly confusing post, having trouble explaining exactly what I mean. Hopefully someone gets me and can give me a hand!