Working in a 24 hour facilty that initially had only "Official Workplace internet" available at a PC, we got permission to create a wifi club for our phones / tablets / laptops. As our club grew in size (geographically within the building) we were not allowed to run any network cables. We outgrew the original SOHO router we started with so it was time to "grow up". Started with a USG 3P and a UAP-AC-M... now we are up to 5 AC-M. Service is provided via cablem modem on a 50 down / 10 up plan (which is over provisioned to 60/12).Cable Modem / USG / UAP-AC-M . This acts a the wireless uplink to the remaining 4 UAP-AC-M. Everything was mounted using Command Strip version of velcro (no holes allowed...)UAP-AC-M on the East half of the main room, mounted with the POE injector, wireless uplinked. This is a 10 foot ceiling, and after trying the "Y" antenna placement, the antennas weren't quite able to "see" over the TVs and caused the devices in this location to connect to the next AP approx 80 feet away. Moving this Mesh AP as high as possible and giving the antenna the 90 degree turn, gave us the best results for this location.Peek-a-boo I see you. A flat screen with rabbit ears? This UAP-AC-M is a 2nd hop (East to South to Node) and has about a 40 mbs (of the 60 mbs)I managed to find an old floor plan to give a lay of the land. This floorplan is approx 1/4 of "width"(left to right) of the entire floor, with other offices occupying the spaces to the right. Most of the rooms are in the same placement but the furnishing looks nothing like this. The remaining two UAP-AC-M are in offices that I don't have access to at this time (since I work nights...)For the cable modem / USG 3p / UAP-AC-M (node) - APC Back-UPS Lithium ion UPS selected for its form factor to fit in the available space.