Hi guys, Trying to get my head around all the various options on Homeplug speeds. At the moment I have the PC and an XBox connected to 2Meg cable internet via Homeplugs and a router. My Homeplugs are old 14Mbps, but they work fine. Now, my relatively new PC has a Gigabit ethernet interface. However, in XP it reports it is connected via a 100Mbps network. correct me if I'm wrong, but this will be due to the router being a 100Mbps router, thus setting the network speed? (Or is there something else going on?) So, first question is, to take advantage of the PCs gigabit ethernet capability, would I need a gigabit-capable router? (Let's ignore the fact that I've nothing to connect to at that sort of speed, for the time being). Next step - I'm thinking about streaming video to another device from the pc (not sure what yet, that's another forum!), and I'm therefore looking at upgrading the Homeplugs. First option is straightforward, simply switch to 85Mbps Homeplugs. What about going the next step though - 200Mbps Homeplugs. For these to not be network-limited, would I need to use a gigabit router, to increase the network speed? Surely 200Mbps Homeplugs are limited if they're on a 100 Mbps network? (I presume I understand the function of the router - all traffic goes through this, yes?) All opinions welcomed, and all assistance gratefully received Thanks, MarkP Or am I getting my bits and bytes mixed up!