I just broke the seal on a brand spankin' new 24" iMac and couldn't be prouder! (Not bad for my first Mac! Buh-bye forever M$!) I thought my problems were over but now I'm learning that the ISP provider I choose could be just as important for a hassle-free internet experience. When I had M$, I went through Qwest DSL and never had a problem. Ever. Love Qwest. They're my ISP of choice. Now, however, since they're bundled with MSN, am I going to have problems? Qwest told me that Macs take more configuring to set up initially but, after that, it will be fine. And it might be. However, I'm concerned with down the line. If I have a problem in, say, eight months and I call for support, they could tell me that they don't do anything more than configure the set-up for Macs, which my Qwest rep did admit to. I bought an Apple Wireless Router that I intend to use in conjunction with the ISP modem, and have my printer linked to print wirelessly too. (Qwest connection is 7mb.) My other ISP choices are ComCast and RoadRunner. Other than that, I think it's just Mom-n-Pops. (I live in downtown Minneapolis.) I'm not sure who to go with. I don't want to download one ISP only to have to delete them for their connection issues and have to try to make sure they're deleted fully from my new system. Help???