Here's my dilemma. I have a wireless network that pretty much isn't cutting it when it comes to transferring media to my PS3. Given the PS3's limitation of 802.11g, I am stuck with 2 hours of waiting for a 3.5GB movie to fly through the air.
What I want to know is this: If I bought another wireless router and used it as a bridge, by hooking up my PC and said PS3 to it, will network activity between the PC and PS3 be routed directly back and forth without ever going back over WiFi to the main router?
I want to drop the transfer times between my PC and my PS3 and I figured that the PS3 will not service both wireless and wired connections at the same time, like my PC would, otherwise, I'd buy a cheap wired router and call it a day. When I had it hooked up via Ethernet, 3.5gb would take 20 minutes vs 2 hours. I miss those days. I sent 5 of the Harry Potter films (all around 3.5gb each) to my PS3 for enjoyment during this snow storm we're having and it took literally all night.