Hey guys, Just a couple of questions I need help with! So recently I moved house, I moved in with some old uni mates and there's 5 of us, all using the same internet, we're on Virgin media. Basically when I lived at home the internet was fine (I was on TalkTalk) and since I've moved it's been extremely slow and sometimes losing connection. I'm using a 2008 iMac 24 inch which is running Leopard 10.5.6. However on my old Macbook (2007 white version) the internet is fine and very quick. But on that I'm running Snow Leopard 10.6.8. A few things, the router is downstairs next to the television, I'm upstairs on the second floor. I changed the router channel incase we were getting interference from other networks in our area or whatever. I can't really move the router because there are people who live downstairs too so it wouldn't be fair, nor can I run a ethernet cable from downstairs to my room and plug directly into the router because it's too far. But like I said my Macbook in my room next to my iMac has no problem whatsoever picking up a fantastic wireless reception. I did run a verify disk permissions which came up saying everything is fine, same again with my network diagnostics tests - basically everything says it's fine so I don't think it's a hardware issue. So it made me think is it Apple's fault? Have the released a dodgy update of Airport, because I do check software update regularly so my iMac is up to date as of today. I've been thinking about upgrading to Snow Leopard to see if that does the trick and solve my airport problems (certainly works fine on my 2007 Macbook). Would that be a good idea? Would you guys recommend it? I've seen some posts from users saying that their iMac's have frozen after updating to SL from Leopard. The other thing was about my energy saver sleep problems. My iMac is set to go to sleep after 10 minutes (as well as dim the screen to black) but it doesn't go to sleep, it dims the screen but my iMac keeps running. Any ideas why that could be? It works by pressing the power button (set to sleep) going to the Apple logo and selecting "sleep" from the menu as well as using my Apple remote. Just doesn't work with the energy saver for some reason. I would appreciate any help or suggestions you guys can give me! Thanks!