Currently I am on ADSL and am looking into moving to Fibre. The only issue is that my master socket is in the hallway and my computer and other equipment is in another room. Running cat5e/6 internally is not really an option, there is no 'neat' route to the other room even though I am typing this from my desk and I can see the master socket in the hallway! There are just too many doors to cross no matter which direction I go in. Technically we could go up, we own/live in a flat and as we are at the top we have loft access, but due to the slanted roofs there is no corner edge to neatly go up. TL;DR - can't run internal Ethernet cabling. As I see it I have 3 options Stick with ADSL Go wireless - The issue with this is I have multiple devices to hook up, one being a NAS drive. Powerline - This would be quite a simple drop in solution but would cost quite a lot for decent kit. Get the master socket moved - I am not even sure this is possible in my situation and would cost much more than Powerline adapters or a wireless solution. Wireless seems like a bad idea due to the additional latency and annoyance of getting up multiple devices, though I could use my TP Link router (which can run DD-WRT) as a wireless bridge to simplify this and it would cost nothing. Has anyone got any suggestions?