So I have run into quite a conundrum and I feel like I have tried everything, but maybe one of you is more clever than I am. I have two Airport base stations, two AppleTVs, and a Mac Pro (which of course has two ethernet ports). What I want to do is have one Airport set to 802.11n only, to help with streaming HD video. I want all of my other wireless devices connected to the other Airport, set to 802.11g. Now the tricky part is one of those devices is the 2nd AppleTV, which I don't care if it's on 802.11g or 802.11n, but I want to be able to control it with the iPhone's Remote app. The problem is the iPhone doesn't have 802.11n, so they can't both be connected to the 802.11n router. However, if I have the two airports "daisy chained" the AppleTV will only connect if its the one directly connected to my computer, but if the iPhone is then connected to the other one the Remote app doesnt work. On the other hand, if I connect both Airports to the two different ethernet ports on the Mac Pro, both AppleTVs will connect to the network just fine and all should be good, except iTunes doesn't seem to be willing to identify one of the AppleTVs if I do this. Any ideas?