I posted in the WRTxxx forum, but no one seems to be able to help. So. Currently, I have a WRT54G v2 in my basement office. All my network is sourced there and it will stay there. My house is mostly wired for ethernet, but I got the WRT54G to use with my Toshiba laptop and my old Winbook with a WPC54G card for the wife. She's always had spotty wifi, the toshiba is usually fine. The options I'm considering are. 1. Buy a second WRT54G (or maybe a WRT54GS since my laptop has Atheros 108mbps, not sure if it's compliant with Linksys' 108 though). Connect it wired to one of the livingroom jacks, and use it as an access point. ? Would I have to turn the wifi off on my original? 2. Buy a BEFSR41 (used to have one, gave it to a client wish I hadn't) to use as my router/gateway. Move my current WRT54G to the livingroom and disable the router. 3. Buy a WAP and connect it wired to my network. I'm just not sure which is the best solution. I don't want to buy a range extender (cuts bandwidth) or high-gain antenna. I am thinking the HG antenna isn't going to give me as good a signal as a 2nd router even though it's about half the cost. So what do you all suggest? Thanks.