Hi folks, I have an AT&T Plug and Share 802.11g wireless router that I use on the middle floor of my house. Here is the link to it: http://www.plugandshare.att.com/plu...headerfilter=product/NetstationRouters/detail I have the corresponding AT&T Wireless adapter for that router which I bought with it as a package. Here is a link to that: http://www.plugandshare.att.com/plu...99c9dc26&headerfilter=product/Adapters/detail My questions are: 1. Even if the router and the laptop are next to each other with 100% signal strength and quality, it never gets beyond 14 Mbps when transferring very large files from my network. There are very few settings on the router and adapter software, so it is not a function of enabling it. Sounds like an advertising gimmick to me. Is the 108Mbps an ideal transfer rate with uncompressed data? 2. If I take the laptop to the top floor of my house, there is absolutely no signal picked up from my own router yet I can pick up a secured Netgear router from a house down the road. The router is placed in a central location in the den and the laptop is never more than 100 ft from it but one level up (distance is how far you have to walk to get from router to laptop). Doesn't it seem like I should still get a signal given that this is an 802.11g product? 3. I'm thinking of moving that AT&T router to my office where it is close and getting a different router or access point (whichever works best) for the rest of the house. Can you recommend a good wireless router? I have read many reviews of various routers but I think fellow traders are more sensitive to what my needs are. The new router/access point would be accessed by an Inspiron 9300 with built-in adapter. Thanks.