Hi, I've recently found out that I will need to purchase a new modem/router when I get my Macbook wirelessly connected to my broadband. I've been searching the 'net for possible models. I read somewhere that Belkin has free-phone support, lifetime guarantee and is compatible with Mac so I was drawn towards them. My questions relate to the wireless types (e.g. 'b', 'g' or 'n'). Now I know that the Macbook uses a 'g' standard wireless, but also read that they'd included 'n' capabilities but don't promote this. My research so far has thrown up basic 'g' (54mbps), the next level up 'g+' (108mbps) and then 'g+' with MIMO technology. Will my Macbook be able to take advantage of MIMO or is it not worth the extra cash??? I had my eye on this model http://catalog.belkin.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Product_Id=272220 - has anyone any experience with it? Can anyone make any recomendations of other modem/routers I've missed. Thanks!!! PS - I have a PC right now, and will look to connect that thru Ethernet cable and then have Macbook wirelessly so any suggestions need these capabilities. Thanks again!