For a remodel at home that I'm working on, I was thinking of moving from a single generic wireless router I'm using now to a pair of Cisco Aironet 1242's (or one of its cousins) -- one at each end of the house to give strong coverage at both ends (it's a single story, long house). To that end, in reading up what little I can find on some of these, I'm wondering if I were to have two of these WAPs in my house assigned with the same authentication scheme, same SSID, etc, and if someone were to roam a laptop from one end to the other pinging a host continuously, would the laptop move seamlessly between the WAPs or do I need something like one of Cisco's small wireless lan controllers (e.g. the 2100 series) or something else? I'd just hate to setup something like this and find that it doesn't seamlessly jump between the two WAPs as someone moves around the house.. If it matters, I was planning on using a gigabit smart switch to connect the multiple WAPs together.. Many thanks in advance for any suggestions.. Thx!