Ok, so I finally ditched my slow ass DSL. I now has speedy 21 MBPS internet. I know my way around a router and wireless networking. But the PS3 seriously has me stumped. Over wifi, on my laptop, iPod Touch, Nook, and phones, were averaging about 12 MBPS speed over Wireless N (Laptop) or even Wireless G (everything else). However, my PS3 is going from 1.7 - 2.9 MBPS at best. I fiddled with all the setting. Set my router to just Wireless G (as the PS3 doesn't support N to my knowledge). At that point it topped out to 2.9. I am getting 100% signal strength, but all my downloads are slow as hell on the PS3. So I dropped some cash on a Wi-fi gaming adapter. The adapter receives the Wi-Fi signal, and you hard connect your device to it so it thinks it's a hard connection. When hooked up to the laptop or my PC, I get my full wifi speed of around 12 MBPS. Hook it up to PS3, and that drops down to 3.1 MBPS. Now the adapter is less than 10 feet from the router, and even out on my deck in my yard, I am getting great speeds on my iPod and laptop. So what the hell am I doing wrong? I am tempted to just buy a 50' Ethernet cable and run it through my living room and dining room to connect the PS3, but really would prefer not to do that.