The MOVE will only connect to WiFi while the rest of the Sonos system connects vis the BOOST. This begs the question, why use Boost at all and just use WiFi connectivity for the entireSonos system?
Best answer by controlav
Multiple reasons: many consumer WiFi routers suck, especially when there are a lot of devices communicating with each other (instead of the “easy” case of communicating with the internet); other devices use your WiFi, increasing the chances of you Sonos data getting delayed or messed up (causing glitches); WiFi only good for a small number of devices -a decent sized Sonos network should always use a BOOST, esp as then every player is a SonosNet repeater too, improving coverage.
WiFi should only be used on simple setups IMHO, I have a two-speaker system that does fine. However my larger systems are SonosNet all the way.