I am going to get an AT&T 1gbps fiber internet in my house. I have been looking for extenders to boost my WiFi signal throughout my house (about 2500 square feet). I have come across the Amplifi HD gamers edition, which is basically a mesh system with a mesh router and two mesh points that is optimized for gaming by allowing for the prioritizing of ping over speed. The only problem with this is that the mesh points do not have an Ethernet port and I would like to connect my pc to the mesh point directly for more stability. I have an Ethernet port in my wall that connects to my modem but if I do not know if I would get the benefits of the gaming mesh system. I have also come across gaming routers. I am interested in these but was wondering if I could connect a gaming router upstairs to my modem downstairs using an Ethernet port in the wall that connects to the modem. If I got this I could connect an Ethernet port directly to my pc from the router. My questions are: Would I get the gaming benefits of the gaming mesh system by using an Ethernet port in my wall that connects to my modem? Is it more beneficial to get a gaming router rather than a mesh system (in terms of ping, stability, speed, and other features)?