I don't really know jack shit about them so my questions may seem a bit elementary. If I bridge two routers wirelessly, does it extend the range of my wireless network or is the bridged router's wireless dedicated to communicating back to the main router? The problem is I have my office, my living room, and my master bedroom running diagonally in my home. My router is in the office, I get ok to good reception in the living room, and a weak signal in the bedroom. If I put a bridge in the living room (to stream movies, play games, whatever), will I see a pick up in signal strength if my wife's in the bedroom on her laptop or will signal strength stay the same? Any other creative solutions that don't involve me dropping line would be appreciated.