Hello! I own both an old 2007 MacBook and a brand new 2011 MBP and use them both daily for work. I want to move all my work to my NEW macbook pro, but I cant because it suffers from pathetic speeds. I began to notice an issue after receiving my MBP, in that its wireless strength (and thus speed) was always significantly slower than that of the 2007 MacBook. Annoyed with the issue, I went out and bought a new router/modem, being a DLink DSL-2740B (which is N+) and the problem still hasn't resolved. Regardless of it's place, the old MacBook will ALWAYS get better strength and speed. The old MacBook is running an older OS, an older version of Chrome, and still received better wireless! The network preferences in the system settings are identical and I cannot find one reason as to why the old macbook is faster! If I place both laptops side by side next to each other in a room 5 meters away from the router, the MacBook will get FULL (5/5) wireless strength and has zippy speeds, where as the MBP sitting right next to it will have mediocre strength (2/5) and barely loads websites at times. Sometimes the MBP won't even be able to connect with the network settings saying that the connection has timed out! How is this even possible?! Router: Dlink DSL-2740B ISP: Dodo Australia No ports are open, so it's not a case of one computer having more access to the router than the other. If you guys can help me out, i will be forever in your debt as this is making me rip my hair out.