Instead of running a new Cat5 cable though the attic and walls I'm thinking I might be able to use the Power Line Networking Adapters as an alternative, but need some insight to see if what I want to do will work. Here's the background info: -We have "Fiber To The Home" (15 down/15 up) so no modems involved. -Cat5 comes into garage along with cable and then gets dispursed (1 line upstairs/1 line downstairs). -The Cat5 line downstairs goes to an outlet in a bedroom then then into my Time Capsule and then everything is connected by WiFi. -Want to move the TC into the living room so I can hard wire a few devices and have better WiFi broadcasting for everything else. So I saw this at Best Buy; http://www.bestbuy.com/site/NETGEAR...+Kit/3536038.p?id=1218410802490&skuId=3536038 Can I plug one of these PL Adapters into an electrical outlet in the bedroom, where the Cat5 outlet is and plug the ethernet into it? And then plug the other PL Adapter into the electrical outlet in the living room and plug the ethernet cable from the PL Adapter to the Time Capsule?