A couple weeks before I purchased my iPhone, I upgraded from a prehistoric Netgear router to the latest Apple Extreme. I was pretty excited about 802.11n and had set it up to exclusively use that, until I bought the iPhone and realized that it can't find the network unless I make it b/g compatible. It's not really a big deal at the moment, because I actually need to buy another wireless card for my old computer that can support 802.11n -- but once I do that I would prefer to just upgrade the entire network. Yet I can't do that with the iPhone holding me back. Not really a complaint, I just thought it was odd that Apple wouldn't have included 802.11n functionality yet. Anyone know what may have limited this?