I find myself in a bit of a pickle. I got a new Blu-Ray player for Christmas, but not my family is debating if we should upgrade it to a Wi-FI version and get a wireless router for the internet to access Blu-Ray or stick with what we have and get a powerline converter kit to send the signal through the existing electrical outlets. I've been told wireless is not all it's cracked up to be with signal loss, plus it could be expensive, given we'd be talking about replacing the player, getting a wireless router and the fact that the system will be in two different rooms about 24 feet apart. Powerline seems better, given at the most it would cost me (if I understand this correctly) three Ethernet cables, a router to split the signal between my existing router/modem and the powerline converter kit. So... honestly, which is better? This is all about having it set up so I can both get firmware updates for my Blu-Ray (Sony BDP-BX2) and doing Blu-Ray live, but both require a stable signal. Oh and the powerline kit would need to be Mac compatable, as would the router. Suggestions?