OK here is some background, I am getting a PDA for college, and I think I have decided to go with a Pocket PC because of the windows support and the wireless abilities. The product I chose is: http://reviews.cnet.com/HP_iPaq_H4150/4507-3127_7-30571422.html?tag=dir (Note: it has 802.11b support for wireless) I am on a dial-up connection at my house. I won't be going to college until fall 2004. Right now I have a home network of 4 PCs, 2 of which are running windows xp. The network is hardwired with no wireless devices. When I purchase this Pocket PC, I want to be able to sit in my bed and browse the internet wirelessly, and things like that. What exactly would I have to do? By my understanding, I would have to just purchase a Wireless NIC with 802.11b support and pop it into my main Windows XP machine and set that NIC as a ICS, which would then feed the connection to the PDA. Is this right, or wrong? Is there any other simpler way to do this? Remember, I am on a dial-up connection.. I DO NOT have a router. I have 4 computers all linked through a hub. There are currently no wireless connections in my household. Any information would be appreciated.. Thanks!