My wife and I got tired of the mish mash of networking equipment, some 10 years old and want to replace most or all of it with decent stuff. Of the home network equipment companies Belkin, Linksys, Netgear and D-Link are there any that are good or bad. I've had bad and good stuff from each company so I don't have any brand loyalty. Any thoughts about who has the equipment to do what I want? Currently I have a cable modem (Motorola) to a wired router (linksys) to a hub (netgear) and a access point (netgear) hangs off the hub. My throughput is really sad from and to the tivo to any desktop but better to any of the notebooks. The access point is fairly central to the house, yet I still have problems getting the signal 30 ft away on the deck. To complicate things I have a detached garage 100 ft away I need access to though I may run wire out to the garage when I run power out there. What I'm trying to do is have a hybrid network to connect the following. two desktops wired one desktop wireless three notebooks wireless one two port wireless print server Tivo Wireless G one wired NAS (D-Link 323) for RAID 1 one wired SAN for media storage (Netgear SC101).