Okay, so I have the dreaded dial-up, which I have found for my purposes to be worse than useless. I still have to go the the library or McDonalds to update my anti-virus and other updates and such because it is too slow with dial up, and sometimes just shuts down. The other day I wanted to look up the phone number of my post office (the phone company doesn't list it in my directory!), and it took 37 minutes just to get the 800 number to call to get the local number! Just to set the record straight, even though it is all around me, there is no broadband/dsl/high speed internet available unless I want to pay Comcast to have phone, TV and internet as a bundle. Verizon and Comcast both want a minimum of $80 per month for internet alone. This does not include taxes, fees, etc. Went to ATT this weekend, and they can set me up with a wireless internet for $50. Probably come to about $60 or so with all the taxes etc. From what I understand, wireless is just like what you guys get on your telephones. There is no real "try is first" period except for the first two weeks, and then there is a "restocking" fee for the little transmitter of $35. So here I am, wondering if this gizmo will work, if so how well, and if anyone else out there in no man's land like me has to use this technology? Should I just save my money? This is a big investment for me, we care talking $600 a year for two years, for something that may or may not work. I don't want to throw good money after bad.