Since I have been getting information for my friend, regarding wireless internet, I have developed an interest for myself. In order for me to do this, however, I need a few questions answered. I have a 17", 1 gHz, flat-panel iMac and a PC (Win 98 se) hard-wired, through a D-Link router, for internet. I have an iBook, and my wife (she's the PC user) will be getting a new Dell laptop. We'd like to be able to access the internet from anywhere in the house, wirelessly. Yesterday, I was informed that, because we have a hard-wired router, we may be able to come out of a port on the router and go to an "access point." We were told that all we needed to do from there was to intall the appropriate cards to our respective laptops, and would could connect wirelessly. Question 1: Is this information correct? (I have to admit that I may not have interpreted the information correctly.) Question 2: If the information is correct, would a Linksys system work well, or should I consider another system? Question 3: If this information is incorrect, what is the correct method? Question 4: Will I be able to use the "G" standard (54 mbs) on my 600 mHz iBook G3, and if so, what card should I get? Question 5: Are the USB stations that are used instead of cards as fast as cards? Question 6: What would YOU do!??! I will greatly appreciate any information you can give me. Thanks, so much.