I'm running OSX Snow Leopard 10.6.4 on the most mature version of the non-unibody MBP line (In other words, the one right before the Unibody came out). I've looked and looked for someone with a similar issue, but mine seems to be different than the ones I've been finding. Most seem to "not connect" or "get good signal" whatever the case may be. For me I have a full strong signal, but when using my wireless, it seems like there's a "bottleneck" effect with data as it's coming in. Let me describe in an example for clarification. When browsing the internet in general, the wireless works great; however, once I watch an HD video on Vimeo or even a normal Youtube video (Heck even large blog posts that have multiple images), it seems like my wireless gets crammed with too much information too fast and just quits on me. My wireless signal strength Does NOT change, the internet just doesn't work. I don't typically get this issue when going to starbucks or any public wifi hotspots. So it may be possible that the problem lies in my router, but everyone else that comes in and uses my wifi, never has the same issue as me. So I'm thinking it's a joint issue? I have a Linksys Router (E-1000 router? Looks like the one illustrated here: http://homestore.cisco.com/en-us/Ro...VproductId97826160VVcatId551966VVviewprod.htm) I've had this issue for a while now and have been working around it by simply pluggin in my CAT5 cable. Any help would be appreciated!! Trying to avoid buying a new router if possible.