I currently have a D-Link DIR 655 router and have the router set to transmit in N, G, and B mode. At first I only had my router transmit G and B but the signal wasn't reaching a far corner of my house so I went in and added N because it's supposed to be stronger, faster, and better performing. After adding N to the signal that the router transmits, I can't really say that I've seen any improvement in the signal for the iPad2. I just logged into my router settings and it shows that the iPad2 is connected via G mode and only receiving 36 mpbs while my other non-apple laptop is connected and receiving data at 54 mpbs. The wireless channel is only transmitting at 2.4 ghz but it is set to auto scan. Can anyone help me with this? I'm not sure why the iPad2 isn't connecting via N mode and since it is connecting through G mode, why is it connecting slower? Thanks.