ok i just heard there's this new AirPort Extreme Base Station that offers 802.11n draft (or whatever it is) and i happen to own a MBP C2D which is told to support this 802.11n thingy as well. so, i'm very tempting. mainly because of the speed it promises to offer (according to this article here, it would give the transfer speed of 200 to 540 Mbit/s i am having a WRT54G at home, and often find myself having to plug my laptop to the darn RJ45 cable because the wireless is just too slow. and because of the design of the laptop, this cable often gets in the way of the mighty mouse (which is annoying sometimes) the only thing that's keeping me from wanting to buy it is that, i dont like surprises. i mean, i heard 802.11n is not finalized and standardized until 2008 (is that why they call it draft 802.11n?) so there might be some kind of security or incompatibility in there? given that, this Airport base station was designed to work with the C2D MBP, and at my home this laptop will be the only computer that'll access the wifi, and i am pretty sure by 2008, i will have sold them both cause there'll probably be newer models by then, would this be a good reason to buy the newly released AirPort Extreme Base Station? though i dont quite mind its $179 price tag, but still, i dont want to spend that much money on something that doesnt work.. or works unstably. plz plz plz let me know if it's wise to buy it!