Simply put: I can't access a few networks I used to be able to access, and as such had to endure AOL earlier today... yikes, it's unbearable after adjusting to 1mbit DSL. My guess is that my old laptop (a Toshiba Satellite L355D)'s wireless card was far superior to the AirPort Extreme in my iBook. (I dunno if the 2005 models have better or worse wireless than the earlier ones, though... due to the different placement of the AirPort card.) If it matters, that laptop also ran Linux, and wireless performance on it was generally far greater than when I would run Windows - some networks showed up that would not on Windows. I'm hoping OS X would have decent wireless drivers, too. My question is: Does anyone really know a good wireless USB stick I can grab? I run on 10.5.8 (with a 10.4.11 partition to fall back to), and I'm hoping it'll have somewhat decent wireless range. I'm not sure what my laptop's wireless card model was, nor can I really check... seeing as the DC IN broke off the motherboard. I do have a Trendnet TEW-444UB, but as far as I'm aware they don't support OS X... and I recall the thing being a bit flaky at times.