At home, my cable company provided me with a wireless G router. It works fine, but its a little slow in streaming videos to my xbox 360. Good enough, though. I travel a lot and stay in hotels a lot. Some hotels provide wireless, but some only have a wired ethernet connection. I am mainly looking to buy a portable router that I can connect to hotel internet connections and make my room wireless. (this past weekend, I shared a room with 3 friends, and we had to take turns plugging our laptops into the wired connection) I'm assuming "AirPort Express Base Station with AirTunes" is what I want to get, yes? I just plug it into the wall, and plug the ethernet cable into the Airport Express, and my friends and i will be able to use it wirelessly? Do I need to create a password/key everytime i go to a new hotel or plug into a new connection? For just surfing the web, the Airport only running at G and not N won't make a difference, will it? If I plug it in at my apt (which already has a cable modem/router), can I use it for its Airtunes feature? Does it have to be physically plugged into my cable modem or other router? Or just plugged into a wall? The next time I'll be traveling is in April. I'll probably wait until then to buy it (if this is what i should be buying), but I heard that they might be discontinuing it. (probably to promote their other wireless products) Time Capsule and AppleTV aren't meant for traveling, correct? They don't look like very compact. I've probably asked 20 questions in a row, but if you guys can answer any of them, it would help a lot. Thanks.