Hi Everyone, I did some searching and didn't find a precise-enough answer, so here goes nothing. If I missed a thread, someone please point me in the right direction. My university recently began rolling out 802.11b access across campus, orignating from several buildings. I'd like to be able to sit in my truck or by the pond or whatever and pull a signal from one of these buildings, but that's going to require a directional antenna ... which the Powerbook currently does not have. Has anyone seen a successful external antenna connection to a 15" Powerbook G4's Airport Express card while *still* using the battery? The Airport Express seems to be a requirement for Mac-based systems on the WLAN, so it looks like I'm stuck with that. I thought about engineering a flat sort of ribbon cable to connect and taking off the door that goes between the card and the battery, but I'm not sure that such a project would work well enough to be worth the time. Thoughts? Suggestions? Thanks.