Hello I have most of the house wired with Cat6. 4 ports per room terminated at a patch panel. At the master socket I have the Plusnet Thomson ADSL Router (4 port). This has 4 links to the patch panel. 1 connects to a Buffalo Airstation WHR-G54S (DHCP off providing a wireless access point) connected to the HTPC, Bluray and Wii (4th port linking back to the Thomson) 2 connects to a Buffalo Airstation WBR-G54 (DHCP off providing a wireless access point) connected to two PCs and a printer (4th port linking back to the Thomson) 3 connects to another Buffalo Airstation WBR-G54 (DHCP off providing a wireless access point) connected to Playstation 3, PS4 and Xbox 360 (4th port linking back to the Thomson) 4 connects to an Xbox360 in the bedroom. All 4 wireless access points have the same SSID and password so devices roam across them without problems. There is no dedicated switch as I've not yet needed another ethernet port and there is no convenient power near the patch panel. The house is Georgian with thick brick internal walls there is new extension which is insulated with foil backed foam board which blocks the signal too. So all 4 wireless access points are needed to provide good coverage. Yesterday my iPhone6 turned up and judging by the problems it had connecting to the WBR-G54 it can't cope with WPA AES encryption set on the older Buffaloes. So I've turned off the wireless on the WBR-G54's but that leaves me with patchy WiFi coverage from the Thomson and the newer WHR-G54S. I don't think that wireless extenders will help as there aren't good places with good WiFi and power sockets in the right places due to the shape of the house - it's large too. TLDR version Can you recommend me a reasonably priced, wireless access point with 4 ethernet ports to replace some venerable Buffalo "pre g certification" kit? Thanks for any suggestions!