Have a Linksys WAP11 wireless router. Bought it so that I could receive broadband on my laptop anywhere inside the house or outside on the property. I was able to get more power out of the router by doing a simple software hack that can easily be found doing a search on the subject. I also just bought the Linksys Wireless Signal Booster that piggybacks on top of the WAP11 and actually does what it is supposed to do -- amplify a little bit more range. I still want more signal strength. Radio Shack just began selling these new antennas for Linksys routers that are supposed to improve performance. Not sure if it will, take a look and see for yourself.... CLICK HERE PLEASE These antennas look the same as the ones that came with the router, so I am not sure if they really are capable of transmitting a stronger signal. Don't they make a sort of "network bridge" that can sit inbetween your connections and extend the range? In another words, some sort of hub that goes halfway between your source, amplifying the received signal to your target.