my buddy is moving into a new place and needs a network set up. the place currently has broadband but no router--just one computer plugged into the modem. he will be in a room on the other side of the house so it will have to be wireless. he will have his own computer, an xbox 360 and,, most importantly, a ps3 that he plays online with on a regular basis, so speed or low latency will be a priority. the computer and ps3 have wireless G. the xbox does not, but he would like it online, too. i was thinking; instead of buying a router and wireless adapter for the xbox, is it possible to get two wireless-N routers--one hooked up to modem and one in his room with everything wired to it and have the one in the room act as a bridge? this way he has a fast connection that all 3 devices share. i've never done a setup like this so i'm not sure. we appreciate any input. price is definitely a factor, but gaming is the priority. thanks.