I set up an Orbi AC3000 system last week and have been extremely happy with the results. I moved into a row home in DC, so the electrical components hit the house from and alley, in the top, rear of the house. Fiber hadn’t been run through this old house yet, and with everything going on during our move, I just told the installer to install everything in the back room we’re using as an office. I was having terrible connection to my phone (wife’s was okay) but streaming from our living room basically paralyzed our network speeds. I was doing speed tests that were literally yielding 1 mbps up/1 mbps down. Our plan is for 100 each. When I wired in directly to the router, I’d scrape 85 mbps download, 95 upload. Bit the bullet and purchased the Orbi. The standard system comes with a router and single satellite. Additional satellites are available, but this pack claimed to cover a 5,000 sq foot house and up to 3000 mbps. Yesterday, while streaming Netflix on the TV, was still pulling 100mbps download, and 120 mbps upload. Additionally, aside from there being no dead spots in the house, I went outside over the weekend and was able to stay connected to the network for over half a city block. It’s got tons of other usability features - dedicated guest networks, device mgmt, logging, speed testing, etc built into the app. Well worth the $350 or so.