Twigman08 and I were derailing a thread about user adoption of WiFi sync with troubleshooting talk. Summary: His WiFi network is slow and has poor signal range, so he often use USB sync instead. The computer room where the router is used to be a garage, and the house is "pretty big" so he can't connect from his bedroom. I explained that WiFi sync uses the LAN not the Internet, and listed the theoretical speeds for N, G, and USB 2. Now I'll reply to his last post. If your router, computer, or iOS device is using 802.11g, that would explain it; the connection can only be as fast as the slowest link in the chain. Other factors include interference (other WiFi networks, 2.4GHz microwave ovens, 2.4GHz cordless phones), distance from the router, walls, and LAN congestion. Do you see other wireless networks from your neighbors? What router (make and model) do you use?