Hello, I am the volunteer LAN admin for a children's non-profit. We were recently donated 30 Mac G4's from the local university, with which we want to start a 2nd site so we can service more kids. As we are subleasing the 2nd site, I cannot put wired Ethernet in the walls as in our first location. So I am wanting to use wireless over there. However, I am finding that PCI based Wi-Fi cards for the Mac are quite expensive! I estimated in my budget a cost of $30 each but most of the ones I have seen are quite a bit more than that. I just want one with working OSX drivers, that's my only requirement. 802.11b only cards are fine. I am not stuck on the idea of using PCI based cards either, but I really don't want things getting up and walking off, so I am somewhat lukewarm on using external (such as USB) wireless adapters, but I will if I have to. Anyways...any suggestions on using these machines on an 802.11 b/g network? I haven't kicked around with Macs in quite some time, since around 1998-2000ish.