Ok, this is a question about routing... I know all macs have built in airport's that can read up to 802.11n networks. I was looking to get the Time Capsule... I have 3 macs (2 imacs and a mbp) and a pc (no wifi card in that pc)... Now I know that as soon as a 802.11g peripheral (iPhone, 3 in the household) connects to that router, the connection will drop to 802.11g to accommodate... Now I wanted to use the Time Capsule not only for backup but to stream my media across my iMac, pc (no wireless for this one) and mpb. The other imac really only just will use this for a back up. I also have a Wii and a PS3 that will connect to this as well... If I connect a 802.11g router into the Time Capsule (via cable) will I be able to have all my 802.11g peripherals (iPhone, PS3, and Wii as well as any guest non 802.11n users) connect to that router (802.11g) and have all my macs connect to the 802.11n router in order to have the media stream across the network to each of them faster than it would on the N? Will this bottleneck my bandwidth, or have any repercussions? and incase you were wondering I was planning to have the time capsule facing the internet and the wifi g router facing inwards... Does that matter btw?