I realize that there's not a lot of information available on how iPad printing will be enabled when 4.2 hits in November, but here's a question I hope to answer before then: Is iPad printing likely to require an Airport Extreme connected to a printer or a printer with built-in networking via an ethernet port or WiFi? I currently have a Canon multifunction printer connected directly via USB to a desktop PC. The printer is shared and I have no problem printing wireless from my laptop when connected to my home network. I'm in the market for a new wireless router. I've been happy with Netgear products and was going to purchase a new WNR3500L. But then I started to wonder if the iOS printing feature was going to be linked to Apple's Bonjour service, so I installed that on my desktop. Bonjour currently does not find any printers to share. From a quick glance at the documentation, it looks like for Bonjour to work you either need a printer plugged directly into an Airport Extreme via USB or that has built-in networking capabilities (which my current Canon does not). I'd just as soon purchase the cheaper Netgear router, which should satisfy my home needs, than splurge on an Airport Extreme. However, if the Airport is likely to be my best (or only, without buying a new printer) solution for iPad printing once that feature is enabled, I don't want to waste the money on a router that will need to be replaced in a couple months. Hopefully that makes sense...any help would be appreciated. Am I not understanding Bonjour correctly?