I've looked for the past few minutes, and can't see to find a concrete answer. We have 2 802.11n Macs in the house (my MBP, and another MB), along with 2 computers that have 802.11g routers (older MB, PC). Our connections seem to be a bit touchy, and our router has a tendency to drop connection fairly frequently. I suspect part of the reason could be that the 2.4 ghz frequency seems pretty crowded both in our house and neighborhood (phones, bluetooth, etc.). Can I upgrade to the AEBS, will the other 802.11g adapters be able to connect to the 5 ghz frequency put out by the AEBS? Should this speed up our network, and bypass much of the problem with conflicting devices on the 2.4 ghz frequency, or can't 802.11g connections connect to the 5 ghz frequency? Thanks!