I thought that USB1.1 was 12Mbs (and this rate was achieved in practice), and 802.11b was 11Mbs (but the effective rate was more like 5-6Mbs), so 11g would effectively double the throughput to 12Mbs. I got the D-link adapter, and it seems to be somewhat faster than the WUSB11 (MRV slightly faster than real time at HIGH quality), but not the doubling that people who use the bridge technique get. It was kind of disconcerting when plugging in the D-Link and the TiVo spontaneously reboots! Or when it went from "Almost there" back to the initial boot screen once. The D-link driver seems to do evil things to the Linux system when installing itself. And yes, TiVoBill warned us that the 11g adapters would not do as well as the bridge technique. The 11g drivers they are using must be REAL dogs compared to the drivers for the wired adapters.rlcarr said:And yes, it's true that even a 802.11b at theoretical max can outrun USB1.1, I (like many) don't get near theoretical max due to signal strength, encryption, etc. So while 802.11g won't be massively faster, it'll still be faster.