Just moved into a newer home about a month ago and nothing in the house is wired with ethernet. The house is a 3000 sq ft, reverse ranch with a finished basement. I have some quad shield RG-6 and some MOCA adapters to run a connection from my Comcast modem to the opposite side of the house (basement) where I plan to install my shack. I also have a Linksys WiFi router on an end table in the upstairs living room that provides adequate coverage upstairs but that signal fades downstairs. With 4 family members and a host of wireless and wired devices, I'm leaning to installing some ethernet where I can and use a mesh WiFi system or adding a WAPs to the ceilings upstairs and downstairs if possible. I have looked at Ubiquiti's WAPs but setup seems like a pain for a non-IT person and the cost of adding a cloud key and running a computer 24/7 for the controller doesn't sound appealing. What are my options at this point that won't interfere or be susceptible to RF from my shack? Are the TP-Link wireless access points self supporting or do they require a controlling software controller on an external device too? What about those desktop mesh WiFi devices? This is all a bit foreign to me.