Hi all, I've got the bog standard sagem supplied sky wireless router. Query, would upgrading/connecting the sky router to a gigabit router for e.g. an Asus RT-N66 help boost LAN video streaming speeds ? I have my MKV films stored in a Synology NAS which is cat-5e connected via a TP-Link gigabit switch (located in home cinema room), which is then cat-5e connected to my sky router (located in the kitchen). My Pana' TV (located in the lounge) is connected via a Netgear 200mbs powerline plug; the other plug is cat-5e connected directly to the sky router (non-gigabit port). When watching certain 1080p MKVs on the Pana' TV, there are slow downs... However, watching the identical MKV via my Mac-mini (cat-5e connected to the gigabit switch in the home cinema room) there are no slow downs. I've experimented by switching the powerline plug (initially connected directly to the sky router) to the gigabit switch (in the home cinema room) but seems to stream even slower on the Pana' TV. Query: Would getting a gigabit router and have the netgear powerline plug connected to it directly (as to the Sky router) help boost video LAN streaming speeds to my Pana' TV ? Hopefully it's not the limitation of the netgear 200mbps powerline plugs..? Thanks!