My ancient 802.11g router, although it has served me well for almost 10 years, has started to give a lot of trouble. It's generally OK from the same room, but one room away (30-ish feet, around a minor corner, and through a wooden door) the signal wavers between moderately strong and dropping out entirely. Yesterday morning it took me 5 min to convince my MBP to hold the signal at all, although once it did it held until the evening. In the evenings, when my neighbors are home (small apartment building), it drops out FAR more frequently and the gaps are longer -- 5 min on, 5 min off, sometimes. I often can't stream a movie in standard def. I recently tried changing the band and using a "turbo G" mode (whatever that means), which helps very slightly but not a whole lot. Due to the layout of the apartment, I can't move the router closer to the other room. In my previous apartment, for a long time it was pretty reliable at the same distance and twice the number of walls, although there were fewer neighbors; but in the last 18 months it started cutting out more often. So a few questions... 1) Does this sound like a problem with the router, or with signal interference, or what? 2) Would an 802.11n router do better or worse? (I've heard there's less interference but it doesn't transmit as well between rooms.) Thanks!