I've recently had some issues with Safari hanging when my iMac and Macbook are both trying to access the internet. Here is our setup: iMac - core duo, early 2006 model Macbook - core 2 duo, early 2008 Both are connected to a 5 yr old Netgear WGR614V6 wireless router via wireless g. Everything is usually in the same room (Macbook can obviously move around the house). The Macbook uses a bluetooth Mighty Mouse as well. Neither computer hangs when it's the only one awake. When both are awake and accessing the internet, there isn't always a problem. It doesn't seem to be related to any website. No spinning beach ball - pages just don't load. Network stats in Activity Monitor show nothing coming or going. Any help? Is my router dying? Do we have some kind of interference problem? I should mention that when this happens, I can still send music to my Slim Devices Squeezebox 3 wirelessly without any stuttering. (Other devices on our network: Squeezebox 3 down the hall, Squeezebox Radio in the next room, Wii downstairs).