I had to move the Mac Pro from the living room to the bedroom. Now I have the task of getting the machine on the network. Should I run ethernet from the living room to the bedroom? Or go 802.11n? What's faster? I mean, up until now the Mac Pro was plugged into a 802.11G 5 port 10/100 router. The wireless was for my MacBook. The Mac Pro was plugged in wired and does not have an Airport Extreme card. However, since the switch is 10/100, I guess the Mac Pro has never really been running at Gigabit speeds. I guess Gigabit is only good is you have multiple machines and a Gigabit switch. Other than that, they're all talking to each other at 10/100. Since I only have the MacBook and the Mac Pro, I will never be able to take advantage of Gigabit. I'd run a wire, but it's going to be a big pain, and I'll only been running at 100M. So, should I spend $50 on an AirPort card for the Mac Pro and get it up to 802.11n speed? And replace my 10/100/802.11G router with the $99 Airport Express? Since 802.11n is supposed to be 540M, and I assume I've only really been running at 100M, I'll see a speed increase, yes?