Hi, I have Time Machine set up so that my first gen unibody Macbook backs up to an internal sata drive on my MacPro. My desktop is wired (ethernet) into the router and my laptop is wireless. The router is a Belkin Wireless N. MACBOOK )))wireless)))> ROUTER ---wired---> MACPRO HARD DRIVE Here's my question - I noticed that my Macbook is not backing up nearly as fast as I believe it should. It seems to be backing up at a rate of around 3 to 7MB/s, regardless of whether my router is set to broadcast b+g+n or JUST n. If I'm backing up on a wireless b+g+n signal, I should expect what I am getting (g) - around 6.75 MB/s, correct? But if I am on an N only signal, I should be getting much faster, correct? If I should be getting faster and I am not (as I suspect), what would you believe is to blame? The router? Hope this makes sense. I doubt this will help, but here's a screenshot video: http://gallery.me.com/smith_alex#100217 Thanks!