So I've got a Ring Spotlight Cam (wired) on the way - Plan is it's going on the garage wall outside the front of our house. Now, I ran a wireless strength application on my phone and held it in the rough location I plan to put the device, and it was certainly getting a signal, albeit low. I ran an internet speed test (on the phone) and it measured 8.5 Mbps down and 3.6 Mbps up, which to my mind would see adequate to upload clips and show a live stream? Worse case, it seems daft buying a Ring Chime Pro just to extend the wireless signal, so could I just buy any old wireless extender and plug one of those in the garage? ps: Why have they moulded the lead onto this thing? Why not make it detatchable so you can drill a 1cm hold instead of a 2inch hole (which of course you won't do). I'll either try sneaking the lead out around the outside of the garage door, or, cutting the lead (invalidating the warranty) and putting it rhough the wall as any sensible design would allow.