Hi All, I'm new to mac's, I bought a g4 (gigabit ethernet) running 10.3 off a friend when my ancient pc exploded. I quite like the mac so im going to keep it for browsing and music etc, I would like to be able to connect it to my existing wireless network. I have a 3com 54g access point plugged into my router, I have looked at ways to connect to this without using an airport card but I've got a bit confused. Could someone please tell me if the following is true? 1. I could use any usb dongle which has os x drivers 2. I could get a pci card that uses the same broadcom chipset (seems hard to guarantee getting one of these) as the airport cards or a card with an RT2500 chipset ans use the ralinktech drivers? 3. Or could I just connect it via the ethernet port to any other wireless bridge/access point which would in turn connect to the access point which is plugged into my router? (this being the cheapest I can find http://www.buffalo-technology.com/products/wireless/wireless-g/wireless-g-wi-fi-gamers-access-point/ ) Thanks for any help!