Hi all, Recently my family bought a Synology NAS after suggestions on here. Loving it so far and it's such a great combo with the Chromecast. My father and I were planning on fiddling with the way we have the network set up currently, however with the NAS in play it's shown that rather than fiddle we could really do with a complete refresh of the networking equipment, as it's aging. In my last place as a student, my housemate had a Netgear Nighthawk router that we absolutely loved and thought very highly of. The current setup at my family's home is the following: [VM SuperHub]------------>[old NetGear]----------->[Printer, NAS, Dad's comp] ----------->[Small upstairs hub linking to two other computers to the netgear] The two routers are also broadcasting separate wireless networks due to some signal issues we were having. The old Netgear is probably draft-N thinking about it. My aim is to outfit it so that the wired network can achieve Gb speeds with the NAS etc. My plan so far is to replace the Superhub with a Nighthawk and replace the old NetGear router with a new Gb capable switch and the one upstairs with a smaller one. Ideally one subnet and I don't want to end up in a Double-NAT situation. So my question is, is this a good potential setup, if so what are good brands/models for the switches? If not, what would you suggest instead?