Hi everyone. I recently bought a Netgear DG834G wireless modem / router / 4-port switch / firewall from Amazon to set up a home network. I got the WG111 USB adaptor free with the router and am going to be using that for my mother's laptop PC. I was originally going to hardwire my XBox (upstairs) to the router using a LAN cable, but that would involve taking up floorboards and drilling holes in walls, so I'm now looking at placing a wireless gaming bridge in my bedroom with the XBox instead. I'ev been looking at the Netgear WGE111, which looks to be fully compatible with my Netgear router, and also the Linksys Wireless Game Adaptor WGA11B. Both seem to have good reviews. Has anyone on here had any experience with either product? I'm not sure which one to go for, although I do like the idea of sticking with one brand. The cheapest I have found the Netgear WGE111 is for about £50, and the cheapest I can find the Linksys WGA11B is for about £30. Is it worth paying the extra £20 or so for the Netgear version? I think I'm right in saying the Linksys is only IEEE 802.11b, whereas the Netgear WGE111 is 802.11g. Would this make a difference to online play on my XBox? Also, does anyone know if there would be any interference when using both the XBox and my mother's laptop on wireless connections at the same time? Any help / advice would be appreciated. Thanks!