I pay for an Internet plan in which I get 15MBPS plus an additional 5MBPS to 10MBPS with power boost. Today I tried downloading iOS 5.1.1 and noticed it had an estimated completion time of 2 hours, which set off a red flag because I've downloaded files the same size in a fraction of that time. Upon doing a speed test, I found I'm only getting about 2MBPS. It's since improved to 10MBPS over the course of a few hours but I'm still not getting what it should be at. I called my ISP and they're sending out a technician...on Wednesday. Here's how I have everything set up. I have a two-story house with a basement. The modem and router are both in the basement. I also have an Access Point on the first level of the house to boost signal. My MacBook Pro is in my bedroom on the second floor and is constantly connected to the Access Point. I went to the basement and plugged in an ethernet cable to my MBP and got speeds of 30MBPS. Disconnected that and connected to the router in the basement and got about 25MBPS. Went to the first level of the house and connected to the Access Point on the same level and got about 22MBPS. Went upstairs and it dropped to 10MBPS. I have no clue what's causing the interference and all I know is that it wasn't acting like this yesterday. My ISP said there are no outages in my area and everything looked OK on their end. Does anyone have ANY clues as to why I'm losing so much speed?