Good Morning [H] (or afternoon, evening and goodnight), I'm renovating my home, rebuilding the basement, and now is a good time to upgrade/fix my network. I'm pretty rough in my network knowledge, but would like to do this right. I have a 100mbs cable connection (can upgrade it to 150) and run 5 hardwired connections, and 7 wifi devices. The asus router I use struggles to keep up sometimes, and is particularly hard on my PS4. I'd like to upgrade the system, switch over 2 of the wifi devices to hardwired, making 7 hardwired and 5 wifi devices (phones and tablets mostly). My home is wired with Cat 6 cabling, and is 1200sq/ft on the main floor, 1000sq/ft on the second floor, and the basement will be roughly 800 sq/ft once done. Router is currently at the back of the house (worst spot ever) but I'll be moving the wifi component to the middle of the house. From the back of the house, the wifi just barely reaches the front, so middle should be fine. What kind of system do I need, I'm guessing switch + router? Should I be separating my WIFI from the main network as it only runs mobile devices and the guest devices (I heard that the slowest thing connected slows the network)? Thanks for your help!