I need a little help here. I have a wired router set up that runs to two PCs and one gaming system. I'm moving the one PC downstairs, and instead of worrying about running wires, I figured I'd just go wireless. I've wanted to do that for a while anyways for my Nintendo DS ans Wii. I went to Circuit City and purchased a wireless router (wrt54gs) and a pci adapter (wmp54g). However, my understanding was that I'd need to mess with the settings to be able to piggyback the wireless rounter onto the existing router. In trying to do some research on that, I found out about access points. All I want to do is have wireless internet access for my PC and gaming devices (and possibly a laptop if a friend brings one over). It seems like the access point will do just that will less hassle, but from what I've read they also have some downsides with speed, security, etc. So my questions are thus: 1. Should I return the router and just get an access point instead? 2. If I should stick with the wireless router, what do I need to do to get the whole system to work. I currently have the PC still upstairs and wired, but I need to move it asap. Any help would be much appreciated. Note: I'm not very tech-savvy. I'm not stupid and can generally pick things up fairly well, but I don't have a lot of experience in this area, so please keep it simple.