No problem, have fun with it. I'm loving mine. Every day I find new, practical things to design and make.
Funny thing about the performance on wi-fi...I've been having issues with the throughput of my 2.4GHz wi-fi over the last week. Speedtest showing 250-300Mbps on the 5.8GHz band and 1-5Mbps on the 2.4GHz band. Ping times are 2-4ms on 5.8GHz and 75+ on 2.4GHz. Rubbish!
I have a Netgear router and according to a lot of boards the solution is to restore the factory defaults then load your configuration file back into it. And if that doesn't work people recommended going back a couple of firmware versions, thinking the issues are a result of a dodgy updates that Netgear has been rolling out.
I tried restoring the defaults and that didn't fix my problem. I don't want to roll the firmware back because the last two releases contain security fixes. Anyway, during my troubleshooting I was testing the various wi-fi config options. When I disabled the "Enable 20/40 MHz coexistence" option my throughput increased to 12-20Mbps on the 2.4GHz band, a slight improvement. Apparently this option allows compatibility with legacy 801.11b devices. I'm not worried about that, 802.11g was released more than 10 years ago and I know I don't have any wi-fi devices that old on my network.
I configured my Pi Zero (operates on 2.4GHz only) back to wi-fi back and the lag and smoothness of the video stream is MUCH better. Maybe just a coincidence, or perhaps the wireless access point forcing clients to operate in this mode lessens the load on the Pi's processor.
Anyway, heres a link to a Chrome browser screen capture of my Mk3 in the middle of a print while connected to my wireless network. Again, WAY better than before. Notice that when I click on the control tab to bring up the video the refresh is almost instant. When the Pi Zero was on wi-fi with the old router settings it would take several seconds for the page to load. When it finally loaded a stream of buffered video would play really quickly and then it would play "live" but with a really long lag and a slow frame rate.