Check to see if there are Mac OS X drivers available for the adapter you're going to buy before you do. Also make sure that the company didn't change chipsets in a product and only change the hardware revision number (damn you D-Link). Here's my experience: 1) Airport Extreme - works in active mode - somewhat weak reception (supposedly b/c of the antenna cable being crushed by the LCD hinge) 2) D-Link DWL-G122 (802.11g USB 2.0 Wifi adapter) - 2 hardware revisions (rev B is based on the RALINK 2500 chipset and supposedly works with a driver from the RALINK webpage.) Unfortunately I got the rev A. - damn D-Link copied the DWL-122 manual and pretended that the rev A works with Mac OS X - It doesn't! - I don't know if the rev B one will work with Kismac or not. 3) D-Link DWL-122 (802.11b USB 1.1 Wifi adapter) - works in passive mode - the most popular non-Airport Mac OS X USB Wifi adapter - also works with Tivo - has a Mac OS X driver and utility - quite inexpensive on eBay - will not work after iBook wakes up from sleep - needs reboot Happy hunting! Piotr On 8/15/05, Michael Capizzo <mikecapz@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > As you all know the APE does not go into passive mode and the iBook does not > have a PCI slot, therefore I need a USB option. I've been looking into the > Hawking H WU36D USB Adapter and it's looks promising because it is reported > working under the hardware list. Does anyone have any experience with this > adapter? Also, I'm looking into the Linksys 802.11b Wireless USB Adapter > (WUSB11), has any one used this card? Thanks.