I'm moving house soon and need some advice about my new broadband setup. Current Setup:- NTL Cable Broadband. NTL Cable modem connected via ethernet cable to Linksys BEFW11S4 Wireless access point router with 4-port switch. Two PCs with standard 10/100 NIC Laptop with Linksys Wireless PCMCIA Card. New Setup:- BT Line with ADSL New ADSL Internet (?provider, probably PIPEX). The new house doesn't have a phone line in the second bedroom, so the ADSL will come into the lounge. My question is how to get the internet to my second bedroom without adding another phone point in the second bedroom (it's a rental apartment so I can't do too much to the structure of the building)? Options:- 1. Get a wireless ADSL modem (eg BT Voyager 2000) or a wireless modem/router - can that "talk" to my current Linksys BEFW11S4? 2. Get a wireless ADSL modem/router and go completely wireless with a wireless NIC in my two PCs. Sell off the Linksys BEFW11S4. 3. Get an ethernet ADSL modem, and put the Linksys BEFW11S4 in the lounge - I would still need to get a wireless card for the pc in the second bedroom. 4. Use one of the PCs as the router with a USB modem and a wireless access card to transfer the wireless signal to the pc in bedroom 2 (which would also need a wireless access card). Any ideas? I don't think option 4 is that good. Option 1 is probably the cheapest?