Hey all, Currently running a TC 500GB 802.11n only (2.4 GHz) network with a Linksys router acting as a b/g gateway (also at 2.4 GHz). I don't want to slow down my wireless n devices, so this is the solution that I've come up with. Apart from hardwiring a couple of PCs and a PS3 to my two routers, I have an MBP 2.6 GHz and a Sony Vaio VGN-CR220 connecting to the TC (currently the only wireless n devices in the house). I've toyed with the 5 GHz option on TC and connected my MBP to it without a problem (connection speed at ~ 240 Mbit/s according to Network Utility) but my Vaio wouldn't even pick up the Network SSID on the 5 GHz frequency. So, I had to drop it back down to 2.4 GHz (which subsequently brought down my MBP to 130 Mbit/s) to get it to work. Aside from interference worries with using the same frequency (although I made sure to set different channels), is there any way to get my Vaio to work on the 5 GHz? I kinda liked the 240 Mbit/s I was given, whether it actually achieves this speed or not. PS, the Vaio has an Intel Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN adapter in it according to the specs on Sony's site.