I'm getting ready to move, and the new house isn't wired for ethernet. I can run the cables I need to some rooms, but for others it will be a real pain. So, I'm considering a wireless lan. I'll be connecting 3-4 PCs, cable modem, and a Turtle Beach Audiotron. Now the question. I know the theoretical speeds of the various standards, but what are the speeds actually achieved in a real world setting. I'm talking about a single family home where I can have my access point withing 50 feet of everywhere in the house. From what I've managed to read, 802.11g is disappointing so far, especially if it mixed with 802.11b. How good (or bad) is the 802.11b+ (22Mbps) that I see from D-Link? Any other suggestions would be appreciated.