I'm new to the Mac world. I've been using Windows with my last two laptops and two PCs. Got tired of crashes, updates, blah, blah. Only other OS choices are Mac and Linux. Thought I'd give Mac a ride. The wife loves her ipad and iphone and I do like the build quality of Apple stuff. Anyway, I ordered two 2013 Macbook Airs. Went with 1.3 GHz Duel-Core i5, 8GB Ram, 256GB SSD and had Pages installed. I work for a large company and went thru the EPP and saved a couple hundred bucks. The Macbooks are coming from Shanghai and should be at my door today or tomorrow. The wife and I are anxious to get them and looking forward to learning and using OS X Mountain Lion. I also got the latest Airport Extreme router with 802.11ac, a Motorola SB6121 DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem and a Belkin High Performance Cat6 Patch Cable. Decided to do a total upgrade as everything I had was several years old. That all being said - I read yesterday that mid June 2013 Macbook Airs are having wifi connect problems. WTF! Does anyone know if it is all the MBAs made till now or just a certain batch? I did read that Apple will replace them "if" there is a problem. Does it look like I've done some good supportive upgrades to my system? Still considering about getting the AppleCare. I know a lot of you all here suggest it. It is a lot of money since I have two MBAs. I didn't get it for the Airport Extreme. Didn't figure much could go wrong with it. I enjoy this forum and would appreciate any info or feedback.