Okay, so. I can't run a cable. It's rented accommodation, and I can't get neatly with cable tacks and ethernet. Upstairs I have my router, Draytek 2860n, providing wireless. It's not capable of 5ghz. Downstairs I have an LG BP645 blu-ray smart media thingy dodad. Fairly frequently we stream movies/Tv to it from my PC - Which appears to be presenting the media just fine, but the playback has a 50/50 chance of getting choppy until you pause it for a bit and then it appears to be just dandy. I'm assuming this is to do with network traffic and the bandwidth available between the router and the player. Is there a passable way of providing a meatier connection? A quick google hasn't suggested whether the LG supports 5ghz connections or not, so I don't know whether putting a 5ghz network in place would make a difference over what the router currently offers. Anyone got any suggestions other than a lot of work with cable tacks, and beige cable? Hopefully this is the right section, although an argument could be made for hardware I suppose..