Hi all, I'm looking for some advice. I currently run VM broadband (circa 380Mbps) via a Hub 3.0 (modem mode) > Asus RT-N66U > Netgear 16 port GB switch > hardwired CAT6 & 2 x Asus RP-AC52 AP's all spread over a 3 story house. The router connects to the AP's via 5GHz, the AP's then connect to the clients on 2.4GHz. I also use different SSID's for the 2.4GHz & 5GHz bands. All PC's (6), 2 TV's, 2 TIVO boxes, 1 PS4 and 2 Synology's are connected via CAT6, 3 laptops, 1 printer, 1 Sonos speaker (maybe more soon), 1 Wii, 3 tablets and 4 phones are wireless. Wired performance is perfectly fine (internet is effin' amazing compared to previous BT Infinity 36Mbps tbh) but wireless performance can be poor. I really notice the wireless performance takes a hit when my daughter is streaming NetFlix and YouTube at the same time. Wireless tests show circa 90Mbps via 2.4GHz and 130Mbps via 5Ghz - tested when nothing else was using the bands. I know that this is down to the bottlenecking of the 2.4GHz band when multiple clients use it. Allowing the AP clients to connect via the 5GHz band would help but it would still be a bottleneck back to the router wireless. My aim is to improve wireless speeds on both 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands via access points. I am thinking of upgrading the Asus router to a tri-band router such as an Asus RT-AC3200 to allow wireless clients to connect using 5GHz but I would have to change to tri-band AP's as well. I have also been looking at the Unifi kit (cos I have read it is awesome) but am not sure what to get. What options would the good people of bit-tech recommend? Suggestions?