So, I've got my shiny new 922 installed, and now I feel the itch to upgrade my home networking. I've got Roadrunner Turbo (15.0 Mbps) broadband. DLink Wireless-G Router Netgear Homeplug 85Mbps adapters The Internet Connection is in the home office. My PC is plugged directly into the router, along with a Netgear Homeplug adapter. Our master Bedroom has another Netgear adapter, with connections for our 722K, and Panasonic blu-Ray player. There's another Netgear adapter in our Theater room,with connections for the Xbox360 and PS3. The 722K was plugged in here at one point, but the 922 is using it's own Homeplug (Power cord plugged directly into the wall outlet). The third Netgear adapter is in my Son's room for his PC, Xbox360, and Dish 622. I'm wondering if replacing the Dlink wireless-G router with a new Wireless-N model will be benificial. not sure if I need one that's backward compatible or not. (I haven't looked at routers in a while). Beyond that, I don't know what else I could change. apparently dishnetwork receivers aren't compatible with the 200 Mbps homelink adapters. I see roadrummer has "wideband" and "Extreme" services available soon, but no idea on pricing. I'd also appreciate any advice on affordable Wireless-N routers. I know Dish had some they recommended for use with the 922, but can't remember where I saw that.