Hi... I have read all of the other posts regarding this issue but I just wanted to make sure I knew what I was doing. I have NTL Broadband (A cable modem connected to my PC via USB) in my study downstairs. My Xbox is upstairs. I want to create a wireless network so I can access Xbox Live from upstairs without having to travel downstairs. Having researched this a bit, I've decided getting this router and this game adaptor is the way to go. Would this be right? Is this all I'd need? However, I have read that NTL only allows one IP address, I'm not too knowedgable on all this but I assume this means I cannot use the PC at the same time as Xbox Live, or will the router let me do this. I know that NTL offer an 'Xbox package' for £2 a month extra - Is this the only way to go? Is set up pretty straight forward, especially concerning connecting up the router. Will an ethernet cable run from the router to the modem? Will I have to do much configuration on the PC first? Also, if my Brother for example who also has an Xbox was to buy the same game adaptor could we play each other via a wireless system link up? BTW - I'm asking for the router and adaptor for Christmas (Exciting present eh ) Thanks for the help.