I got my new iPod touch 3G 8GB (so its basically a 2nd gen with 3.1.2 installed) on New Years Day. When i got home i configured my router right away, changed its name to something i would easily recognize and switched from b/g to g only WiFi. I use an Intel(R) Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN network card that is installed in my laptop. After restarting the router and ensuring it was online, i turned on my iPod touch and tested out the WiFi. There were certain spots in the house where i could get three bars, but when i went on the internet it would not load at all. The signal becomes unstable after a few seconds and goes down to one bar, then stays there. I still can't access the web. Once i waited five minutes while the WiFi was at three bars to load a website, and at the end it said the server stopped responding, despite the three bars. Then when i try the WiFi at the library it works perfectly, even at two bars! Why is my signal so weak? I can't even access the web on my iPod touch at home, which makes the extra $50 i spent for a WiFi enabled device with access to the app store and iTunes wirelessly useless, forcing me to use it as a game and music playing device. I just can't wait that long before the weather gets warmer and i can go to the library anytime i like. At the moment i am out of options. Also, at home there are various other WiFi signals at certain areas, one of which always seems to be at two bars, which bugs me. Turns out, there are 6-10 wireless signals that can be received by my iPod touch, and all of them are locked! Grrr. I think it could be an interference problem. Nevertheless, mine isn't one of the best wireless signals, even though i am the closest to it. There seems to be one particular signal, as i mentioned above, that is always at two bars regardless of where i roam in my house. Finally, i would also like to ask how i could access my Broadband VPN network at home, since the iPod touch seems to have the ability to connect to a VPN network.