Okay, just got my 17" MBP today and it's beautiful. Playing a lot learning a lot (my first mac). Having one big headache though.. What's up with the wireless speeds? I did some file copying from my Vista machine connected via ethernet and speeds were fine. Now I'm trying to copy some stuff from my girlfriends iMac over wireless (using a linksys wrt54g, both connected at G) and it's just balls slow. I'm talking about a meg a second, the hell? Now, what's really making me upset is the fact that it's also crippling my internet speeds when I'm doing this wireless to wireless file copy. It's like it's pegged so bad at the super fast 1mb/sec that I can't even browse the web without it timing out half the time. Internet is fine when the file copy is not happening. Checked a few things already with the wireless, changed to G only, changed to WPA2, changed to channel 11 or whatever, etc. Still balls slow. All wireless devices are in the same room. Anyone have any ideas or is this just pretty common? Will a Time Capsule or AEBS at N speed make a big difference or am i experiencing a different problem? I can't imagine how well things will work with time capsule if any wireless data transfer is just going to end up cripping my internet, same thing with streaming to my HTPC which i was considering doing. It's just kind of unacceptable, any advice would be greatly appreciated. EDIT: cripples the internet on both the iMac and the MBP (both are wireless) during the file copy. Vista machine is still fine during this ordeal of course.