Hi there, I have a 500GB Time Capsule which I use for Time Machine back-up's, as well as wireless router for my MacBook, Apple TV, iPod touch, iPhone and PC. I only receive G speeds through by ISP, as currently it's the fastest speed available in my area Anyway, as I said I all the devices above connect to my Time Capsule, all of them wirelessly, except the PC, for which I use a home-plug. I have a modem/router, which acts as the modem for the TC. It also broadcasts it's own wireless network. The TC is set-up as bridge mode, so it's gets all the info from the modem/router, and re-broadcasts it. Both devices have different SSID's and channel numbers. (TC = channel 8, modem/router = channel 1) From my house, none of my neighbors access points can be reached. Anyway, so that was the set-up, here's the question: All my devices connect to it fine and are enjoying very fast speeds. My MacBook however is having issues. I have to constantly use it over Ethernet, as using it wirelessly is impossible. It will be fine for a few minutes, loading pages wirelessly fine. Then it will all stop. Safari will try to load a page for a few minutes, then eventually give up, I have also tried Firefox, as well. If I try to access the iTunes store or download a podcast, it always fails. So therefore, I have to use Ethernet - on a laptop!! Now, just to say, I am (at most) just 40cm away from the TC when I am accessing it wirelessly, and it still fails to load a page. I contacted Apple about the problem, since then I have been given a case ID and have called about 3 times, firstly, we reset the TC and manually set it up, secondly they did a bit of troubleshooting and thirdly, they told be to go through each of the channel numbers. Over a week, I went through each of the channel numbers 1-13, and found that 8 was the best, although it still wouldn't load a page after using it constantly for a few minutes. So, it's OK for a few minutes, loading fine, then I'll have to switch to ethernet, or restart my Mac and connect to wireless again, then restart 5 minutes later. With my other network in the house this is not a problem. The strange thing is though, while the MacBook won't load a page, my iPod touch works fine, and my Apple TV is happy to stream a podcast/movie trailer (Obviously, I don't do this when working on the MacBook). Anyway, can any of you guys help me? I am going to be calling AppleCare up tomorrow about this (As it's a Sunday over here, their offices are closed). So, if anyone knows anything that'll help, I would greatly appreciate it!!