I've just had an amp/receiver fitted into my lounge hooked up to ps3, apple tv, blu-ray, sky hd, and a plasma. I use an i-pad and i-phone and also the router has now moved into the lounge from upstairs where the pc is. All this av equipment has now been connected to the router with cat-5 cables. this set up as now given me sky on demand, internet radio channels, and can now mirror off from my i-pad and i-phone. When i turn off my pc upstairs i now realise my router is still on downstairs, so am i right in saying i'm still on wi-fi all day and night? If so is that not a good idea? Is it possible to have another router next to my pc to turn off as well as the wi-fi and just keep my downstairs router off until i wish to use any av equipment. So was it worth moving the router and having cat-5 cables fitted or have i been ripped off? Will downloads be quicker with less buffering this way?