We are going to be moving house soon, and we are going from a cable are to a non cable area and the network locations are all going to be totally different. At our current house, we have the cable modem, going into a wireless router, and Cat5 cables running to all the PC's/consoles as they are 2 rooms with all network devices, next to each other. Simple. At the place we are hopefully moving too, My room and the telephone socket are at opposite ends of the house. Thankfully my dad's PC will be setup next to the phone socket, so it just leaves the trouble of getting my Xbox 360 and my PC serup in my room. Wireless is not an option, but the house has recently been re-wired, so I was looking at using Powerline/Homeplug products to get my 360 and PC connected. All the providers we have looked at going through will give us a wireless router with 4 ports for ethernet. I want/need the fastest connection speeds possible, and I need to be able to stream HD video from my PC to 360. Now my original plan was to get this: http://www.connectplayentertain.co.uk/product.php?id=4 Along with these http://www.connectplayentertain.co.uk/product_ajax.php?id=13 That way seems the simplest to me, but it also seems the most expensive. I cant seemto find any 200Mbps Homeplug devices with more than one Ethernet socket. Otherwise is it possible, just to get these: http://www.connectplayentertain.co.uk/product_ajax.php?id=13 And then "split" the ethernet connection in my room for one to PC, one to 360. is that possible? Will it degrade performance? Or my third and final idea, was to get 4 hoemplug adaptors, two to bridge the connection for the 360 and two for the PC. Let me know what you guys think, Cheers. UPDATE: I have drawn up some network diags fo the ideas I have had, let me know what you think. Will they work? or anyone else got any other ideas? Cheers.