OK guys so we are always discussing what some refer to as "security theater". With that in mind I thought I would throw out a question as to whether or not its worth it to upgrade to wpa2-enterprise on a home network? I am currently in the market for and examining replacing my router. I am looking at a huge range of options and while I am at it I wanted to pause and consider the "enterprise" addition to my encryption. After reading it doesn't look to be beyond my capabilities, but in the end is it worth it for the potential gains in security? The other option is conventional wpa2 psk with an insanely long pass phrase using common settings like MAC locking, etc... in an attempt to raise the low hanging fruit at least a little bit. LOL! I could still have a small router on a separate LAN for when a visitor/family came over. I would simply turn it on and then off when they leave. That would be wpa2 psk so I don't have to deal with handing out certs to anyone like that. Is there anyone here that does this for their personal network?