I am used to streaming my DivX files over my wireless network to watch on my laptop. Since I migrated to an Apple notebook this is simply impossible, the video's stutter and freeze up frequently making viewing them unsatisfactory. I am able to plug into the Gigabit Switch and play these files perfectly, but it shouldn't take 100mb of overhead to transmit a lousy 1mbit stream. I was able to stream video better on the 802.11b chip my old laptop had than the 802.11g network I am using now. Yes I have a 54mbs 802.11G Accesspoint that streams video just fine to every windows notebook without a hiccup. I would like to know if there is a fix to ensure an enjoyable viewing experience over my WLAN. Also has anyone ever hit Apple + Option + Control + 8 at the same time? It inverts the entire screen giving me yet another reason to love OS X.