At my old place, I went to the trouble of pulling ethernet all over the place because wireless coverage totally sucked ass due to the construction of the house. I was going to do the same here, but am just not motivated to do so. It's just too fucking hot in the attic. So, to get by I was using ethernet/coax bridges to get network connectivity to the other end of my L-shaped house via the coax for my DirecTV setup. It worked, but I could see that all that the extra network traffic was hindering the operation of my DirecTV stuff. I have a very robust dual-band wireless router (Asus RT-AC66U). So, I picked up a Linksys WUMC710 dual-band wireless bridge. This thing is badass. Got it all configured and in place very quickly, performance is excellent. It's rated for up to 1.3Gbps on the wireless. I am seeing about 700Mbps, which is fine with me considering the ethernet/coax bridge was only delivering 100Mbps. It has 4 gigabit LAN ports. My stepson has his XBox and TV plugged into it plus I've got a 2.4GHZ AP connected that he uses for his laptop, smartphone, etc. I have all my stuff on the 5GHZ band via my router except my smartphone. It's $130 and up most places, but I found a seller on ebay that had a bunch of brand new for like $64. It's a reasonably priced way to extend your network if you need to.