I have an an Airport Extreme connected to an iMac via ethernet and several other devices that connect to the Extreme wirelessly (3 MacBooks, 1 Vista PC, Nintendo Wii, Sony PS3.) I have a Samsung LN46A850 TV that is about to be replaced by a Samsung LN46B750 and I am trying to figure out if it is possible to use an old Linksys WRT54GS wireless-G router as a wireless bridge for the TV (and hopefully the PS3.) In theory, if I can get the router to recognize the Airport Extreme, then I should be able to connect to the TV etc. via ethernet. The problem is, I don't know how to set up the Linksys on the Mac so it can recognize the Airport Extreme. I called Apple Care and they were some help but could not really address the Linksys configuration. When I called Linksys, they said I was out of warranty (which I am sure I am) and for them to help me further was going to be like $20 a minute for support, so I bailed. At this point, I am just trying to determine if my theory is correct, or if I am spinning my wheels. Should I invest in a dedicated wireless bridge or is this router capable of doing what I'd like it to do? Bear in mind that I am not all that technically versed, but I can generally figure out how to get from point A to point B. Any and all help is greatly appreciated!