Today I'm going to express a genuine complaint about a real design flaw in the Power Mac G5. It all started when I bought Apple's Bluetooth keyboard and Mighty Mouse. Just to have a wireless mouse & keyboard, I had to go through 3 phases of buying stuff. Purchase Bluetooth devices Purchase Bluetooth upgrade Purchase Bluetooth Antenna After I configured and paired my keyboard and mouse, I noticed a MONUMENTAL DROP in my internet speed, although my airport showed I still had 3 bars. (I have several other macs, so I knew it was the G5.) It took me a while to figure it out, but it was the "Antenna. I was downloading a 25MB file and it said 3 Hours Remaining. So I pulled the stupid "Antenna" and it IMMEDIATELY jumped to 4 minutes. (If that's not evidence, I don't know what is.) But what I also discovered is that the "Antenna" is not really an antenna at all, but merely serves to "unlock" the computer's ability to connect with BlueTooth devices. That's right. After pulling the Antenna, my bluetooth still works fine and so does my Airport. So what's up Steve? Why all the hassle just to have a little wireless? What should I do with this "Antenna"? Should I carry it in my back pocket just in case my devices become unpaired?