I am typing on our "proof of concept" for running a 4.5 mile wifi link from my office to my new house in the country. I am currently using 2 Linksys WRT54GL routers running Tomato, running through 24db gain grid antennas. When we actually install the antennas permanently, we will of course spend more time getting the pointed as accurately as possible, but through the link I only am able to get half of our shops bandwidth through the connection. We can pull 1.8Mb at our office, but I only get .8Mb at the house. Power is set at 75% maximum for the routers. I didn't know if someone had a suggestion for another router to use, or if I should switch over the a N spec router when we actually set the connection up. The WRT54GL are our local office wifi units. I didn't know if the Bountiful router would be something to look into, I know we will need two antennas at each end, but I want all the speed I can get because I am also going to be running a PVR at my office that will transfer files to a server at my house after they are recorded. http://bountifulwifi.com/products/bountiful-router.html Thanks for your input.