I realize this has been discussed to the gills. Up until now I haven't paid much attention to the wifi signal on my iPad at home. It never seemed blazingly fast at home (LTE outdoors is usually faster!), but it was never blatantly slow enough to check the speeds against my 20mbps connection. But today I upgraded my Time Warner cable to 50mbps. I expected to see a major boost on my iPad. I have not. I have 2 AEBS, in extend mode. I connect both my Macbook Pro 13" and my iPad to the extended 5gHz AEBS, while the main base station is in the next room, not far away. On my Macbook Pro 13", connected to my 5gHz AEBS, I get in the high 30s to mid 40s download. On my iPad, connected to the same network, running the same test from the same server, sitting in the same spot, I get 20 down if I'm lucky...usually just the high teens. Oddly, on all my devices, I get the full advertised upload speed of 5mbps, and often more. Granted, 15-20mbps is fine for most stuff I do with the iPad, but I'm paying pretty dearly for this 50mb connection and it seems a shame not to be able to get anywhere near it with my iPad, especially since I know the iPad can do at least the high 30s (haven't seen faster than that). My iPhone 4S, connected to the main base in the next room, at 2.4gHz, regularly gets 25mbps, testing from the same spot as the MB and iPad. The question is, should I just live with it? I realize there are some who can't get anywhere near the speeds I'm getting with their iPad. I also have an acceptable screen after multiple exchanges/returns during the weeks after launch. So I hesitate to rock the boat in search of a better unit in terms of wifi.