My dad, being the cheap-skate that he is, didn't go for the AirPort and Bluetooth when I convinced him to switch to Mac less than a year ago. Now, whenever I'm home from school, I have to go to the huge hassle of turning off the wired router, either plugging the ethernet into my PowerBook or my AirPort Express, then restarting the router and waiting for the internet to kick in. Then when I'm done, I have to put it all back the way that it was so he can get internet on his Mac mini. Needless to say, we can't be on the internet at the same time. I know the Mac mini requires an AirPort module, not a card, which would run at least $100 instead of $50 and then an additional $100 for labor, at least. So at least $200 to put this in, which obviously isn't worth it as it's almost half the value of the computer! So... my question is... is there some sort of USB dongle I can plug into the Mac mini's USB port that will not only allow the mini to always have the ethernet plugged into it, but will also forward the internet wirelessly to my PowerBook (and my Wii!)? I would want this device to have WEP security. Any suggestions? Or cheaper way to get the actual Apple Airport module? I know it's been a few months since I've posted anything here. I've missed you all! Daniel. EDIT: Any chance the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB thingy would work? I am going to be forwarding the internet to a Wii in addition to my PowerBook.