Okay, so many times I wish I had internet access in my shop. My shop is about 100 yards from my house, and my cell-signal is not strong enough to load much of anything, especially videos. Add to that, I am too damn old to look at a small screen for assessing technical data. The cell signal at my home is too weak to use as a hotpoint. And being a complete dumbass, I neglected to ask the contractor to run an ethernet cable when he ran power and water to the shop. This is what I have tried so far: https://www.amazon.com/NETGEAR-Powe...=netgear+powerline+1200&qid=1570235469&sr=8-3 This system is supposed to use the copper wiring of your home to extend the wifi to a distant point. Although it works well in my home, it was a failure to my shop. Essentially what I can gather is that although the home and shop are on the same electrical feed, there are two different fuse boxes, one in the home, and one in the shop, and two different boxes negates the transfer of signal. So what I am thinking of next is a point-to-point wifi transmitter. Something like this: https://www.amazon.com/EZ-Bridge-Lite-EZBR-0214-Outdoor-Wireless-System/dp/B002K683V0/ref=sr_1_1?crid=33ZI2EBY7WYTC&keywords=tycon+ez+bridge+lt&qid=1570233984&sprefix=tycon+ez,aps,140&sr=8-1 In concept, it takes your wifi signal and transmits it across open space to a receiver. the receiver accepts the signal and then by use of and an access point, I can transmit that signal into my shop (wirelessly or via ethernet to a device). Anyone have any experience with either of the two?