I think I need a little advice. I have been reading other posts and I am a bit confused. I am working on my home network with the following devices: iMac (wireless N); Macbook (wireless N); Mac Mini (wireless G); HP printer (wireless G); Windows laptop (wireless G). Right now I have just a Linksys WRT54G broadband router with everything connected to it. I am thinking of getting a Time Capsule to back up my Macs and assist in sharing files. Here is the basic question: Is it better to add a wireless N adapter to each device on my network that is a wireless G device and connect them all to a TC? Or is better to just bridge the TC to the existing wireless G network and only connect the wireless N devices to that bridged network? I understand the advantage to using a bridge is that wireless G devices on a wireless N network tend to slow down the network. I guess I am thinking it would be better to bring the wireless G devices up to wireless N with adapters. Maybe I am missing something and that either can't be done or would not be a good idea. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.